Summary: Gaming for the Masses. Not long ago, we reviewed the pre-production model of the MSI GX660R. Now that the GX660R is on the market, MSI sent us another model, this time it's the same one that's lining the shelves of stores and available for you to buy.
Pros: Powerful Performance, Good Speakers, Variety of Ports, USB 3.0 & eSATA, The Large Keyboard, Full-HD Display, The good performance and nice design of the notebook. USB 3.0 ensures the notebook will continue to be useful in the future.
Cons: High Level of System Noise, Heavy Weight, Short Battery Life, A quieter cooling system.
Excerpt: The only explanation I can guess at for why the MSI GX660 looks the way it does is that someone made a bet with an MSI engineer, challenging him to design the most horrendously ugly computer possible. This engineer has succeeded admirably.
Pros: Quite affordable for a gaming notebook — it’s just too bad the performance isn’t top-notch, too. Dual USB 3.0 ports. Light and long-lived, considering the category.
Cons: So ugly you’ll keep it in a paper bag. Weak keyboard, with boneheaded numeric keypad layout.
Summary: At a price of Rs. 59,999 this notebook is an absolute steal. If you’ve been following gaming notebooks, you definitely know that this is probably the cheapest out there. The MSI GT663R costs a whopping Rs. 1,50,000 and for that matter even the ASUS G73Jw’s price is Rs. 1,14,000.
Excerpt: Laptops have have had a very hard life as a product. In the early days they were very slow when compared to desktops and hideously expensive. Gradually as time has moved on they've split into two very distinct types.
Summary: Très honnêtement, il serait difficile de trop critiquer cette machine, qui propose l'essentiel et même plus. Pour l'essentiel, nous nous devons de parler de processeur puissant, de CG performante, de stockage de MASSE en Raid 0 et Hybride, de Blu-Ray, de DDR3 et d'USB 3.0.
Pros: Design, Finition, CPU puissant, HD 5870 peformante, Son Bluffant, Espace de stockage, Raid 0, Son