MSI Gaming GS70 2QE Stealth Pro Gaming Notebook Review
21 March 2015
Excerpt: Gaming notebooks can be a great companion for on the go gamers and higher end gaming notebooks like the MSI Gaming GT72 is able to deliver outstanding performance and guaranteed satisfaction for these on the go gamers - the bulkiness of these high end gaming notebooks is the only real issue here - not everyone likes to carry a heavy gaming notebooks around, especially for those who travels a lot.
Pros: Slim, stylish and portable, Instead of being just plain black, it comes with 3 color variant, Decent audio performance, Good graphics performance, Customizable keyboard macros, LED colors and effect, Adjustable system performance helps to extend battery life and lower temperature
Cons: Expensive, Gets very hot under long hours of gaming, Keyboard doesn't comes with N-key rollover feature
Summary: A couple of years back, MSI took the gaming laptop world by storm, and have since asserted themselves as one of the fastest growing brands in the market. The company’s uncompromising position on performance above all has seen them push out some of the largest, and most powerful gaming machines money can buy. The MSI GS70 2QE is one of those notebooks.
Pros: Great specs, performance, A lot of performance-enhancing features
Cons: Price, Gets hot and noisy when gaming for a certain period
Summary: Gaming laptops have evolved from being a colossal piece of hardware to a thin and sleek gaming machine without too much compromise in performance. One of the best example of that is the MSI GS70 Stealth which combines the portability of conventional notebook PC and raw performance of a decent desktop computer with a few extra features on the side for added functionality and swag.
Excerpt: Last week NVIDIA launched their latest mobile GPU, based on their Maxwell architecture which powers the likes of their high end GTX 980. Today in our MSI GS70 Stealth Pro Review (GS70 2QE) we take a look at a laptop which uses the new GTX 970M in games such as Alien Isolation and The Enemy Within.
Excerpt: Most gaming notebooks have a certain stigma attached to them. While some of the better systems available are more than capable of running the latest graphically demanding PC games out there, they're often hulking beasts that can easily tip the scales at over 12 pounds .
Excerpt: The MSI GS70 Stealth is a slim, yet powerful, gaming laptop. It has a HDD/SSD combo and a high-performing i7 CPU that won't slow down. It does lack a touch screen, however, despite the high cost.
Summary: Wickedly hot. Most gaming machines are fast, but also heavy and bulky. MSI thinks that unnecessary, and presents us the thinnest and lightest 17-inch laptop in the world, according to its advertisement. A quick look at the specs nurtures doubts: Has the manufacturer managed to keep temperature and noise development under control?
Pros: Lightweight for a gaming laptop..., ...and thin, Pleasing design, Decent build, Many interfaces, Spectacular keyboard back light, Keyboard's extensive configuration options, Good touchpad, Sharp, bright screen, Good contrast, Fast enough for all games in high settings, Laptop sleeve included, The keyboard lets gamers' hearts leap for joy.
Cons: Not perfectly stiff plastic casing, Power socket's very unfavorable position, Viewing angle unstable screen, Incorrect color reproduction, bluish cast, Loud..., ...and much too hot during load, GPU throttling, CPU Turbos are not fully used, Only middling sound despite Dynaudio Soundbar, Battery is secured with screws, No recovery media, A sound that matches the price range would be nice.