MSi GT75VR Titan Pro launched

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MSi has at last rolled out the GT75VR Titan Pro, the successor of the GT73VR Titan Pro. GT73VR Titan Pro comes with augmented specifications and the company has loaded the new device with tons of features. The gaming segment has seen an unbelievable improvement since the arrival of virtual reality. The GT75VR Titan Pro is one of first VR ready gaming gadgets of MSi. With a visibly broad chassis and large 17.3-inch display, the GT75VR Titan Pro plans to restore your setup of gaming desktop. With the software and hardware perfectly allied to make it a hell lot of a gadget, the specifications seem pretty inspiring, at least on the paper.

MSi GT75VR Titan Pro launched

The GT75VR Titan Pro is very robotic when it comes to appearance, with 2 ventilation grilles at the rear that seem analogous to tail lights of Lamborghini. The dragon icon at the rear has a coating of Gorilla glass to give it premium feel and look. Two additional mega grilles for ventilation at the sides make it seem heavy and thick, but it astonishingly weighs far less than its precursor.

MSi has reached a new level with its hardware. The new GT75VR Titan Pro arrives with i7-7820HK + CM238 Kabylake processor, GTX 1080 GeForce with 8 GB GDDR5X graphic card, 1TB (SATA) 7200 RPM, and Super Raid 4-512 GB NVMeSSD. It has Thunderbolt 3 that backs data transfer rate with ultra speed of up to 40 Gbps, moveable charging power of almost 3A/5V along with USB Type-C universal plug, and 4K display at 60Hz monitor output. It comes with Hi-Res Audio to feel lossless output of audio even if you are not utilizing the headphones. It has True Color Technology for more clear visuals. At the time of the event, although there was numerous noise and commotion around, the audio from the gadget was noticeable. Hence, you can picture playing in a silent room. The Full HD display operates at 120Hz that is layered with 3 ms response time and 94% Color Gamut NTSC calibration. The response time is extremely fast. Hence, you do not have to worry about losing any data at the time of concentrated game play.

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