MSI GT73VR TITAN PRO
This beast weights around 3.9kg so it’s kind of heavy, but not as heavy as some of its competitors like Alienware R4 for example. Continuing with the colors – MSI GT73VR TITAN PRO uses its usual red and black style which a lot of models use, but still, it has its original logo and stylish design marks. When you open the laptop you notice the camera in front which is nice for Skype, video messages and chats. Also, the display is 17.3 inch IPS LSD anti-glare and uses g-sync technology. This allows you to play your games and do video editing with no eye problems. The colors on this display are also very accurate and you will be able to admire great views from it.
And we continue with checking the keyboard of MSI GT73VR TITAN PRO which is from the Steel Series. Also very nice to type on and you can change it’s colors since it has backlit lights. Finally checking the trackpad which isn’t one of the nicest but it will satisfy most of the users or there is always an option for an external mouse.
The power of this beast comes from 7th Generation Intel Core i7 7820HK processor. It is a fast quad-core processor for notebooks based on the Kaby Lake architecture and was announced in January 2017. It’s one of the best processors on the market. Combined with GeForce GTX 1080 (Laptop) (8GB) GDDR5X (Pascal), SSD storage drive and 16 GB of DDR4 ram, this really is a speed monster. Of course, SSD and RAM capacity can vary so it’s up to you to choose the best configuration according to your budget. Laptop max-screen resolution may vary as well – Full HD or Ultra HD.
As soon as you check the back of the laptop you will notice the nice design but also the well made cooling system. This allows a quick air flow and fast cooling even when you play demanding games. As a result, you get good performance and stay cool under pressure. And despite the huge cooling system, the machine actually runs quietly, especially when idle.
Like every gaming laptop, MSI GT73VR TITAN PRO doesn’t have the greatest battery life. You can expect 2 hours when gaming and 4-5 hours with light tasks like browsing the web.