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GT60 and GT70 models were presented last month to bring about settings.
MSI has announced the launch of two new notebooks aimed at an audience that likes to play on the computer. The GT60 and GT70 were presented at CeBIT, held in early March, and attracted attention by bold design and robust configurations, with keyboard bright, high definition display and sound system with subwoofer.
The models feature Intel Core i7-3610QM with 2.3 GHz, with technology now Ivy Bridge, and video cards NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670m. The difference between the two, besides price, is the screen size and the customization options.
The GT60 is the smaller of the two, with a 15.6-inch 500 GB hard drive. At 3.5 pounds, the notebook goes for $ 1,500, approximately $ 2,800.
But the bigger brother can count up to 16 GB of RAM and 750 GB hard drive. There is also the option of including a Blu-ray in the package. The basic version of the GT70 is $ 2,000, approximately R $ 3,770.