MSI's Gaming Laptop with a Mechanical Keyboard


MSI's Gaming Laptop with a Mechanical Keyboard  

MSI's Gaming Laptop with a Mechanical Keyboard


MSI Computer Corp, a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions, unveils the GT80 Titan, the world's first gaming laptop with a mechanical keyboard.

First of its kind, MSI's GT80 Titan ushers the future of gaming by integrating a SteelSeries gaming keyboard with Cherry Brown MX switches into the 18-inch gaming beast. Mechanical keyboards provide superior tactile feedback, increases durability, and enhances overall gaming experience by eliminating key jamming even during the most heated battle sessions.

 MSI's Gaming Laptop with a Mechanical Keyboard

"Performance is key for gamers and the GT80 Titan will forever change the mobile gaming experience," says Andy Tung, president of MSI Pan America. "We are proud to be at the forefront of the gaming evolution and will continue to provide solutions that deliver the most outstanding gaming experience in the world."


MSI's Gaming Laptop with a Mechanical Keyboard

MSI's newest gaming laptop uses standard Cherry switches and a standard keycap with 27 mm of thickness, nearly 5 times of traditional laptop keyboards. It is also the world's slimmest and lightest 18-inch gaming laptop, measuring 17% thinner and 22% lighter than its closest competitor. To fully optimize the keyboard, the GT80 Titan features an enhanced SteelSeries Engine with CloudSync, allowing users to save and synchronize settings via SteelSeries cloud storage.

"The GT80 Titan blends the performance of a high-end gaming desktop with the mobility of a laptop," adds Tung.

To receive the latest news about the GT80 Titan, including specs, availability and pictures, sign up at GT80 Titan's Homepage.



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Most Recent Comments

31-10-2014, 05:26:47

Wow well done MSI talk about setting new standardsQuote

31-10-2014, 05:30:37

I think I was just sick, what is that?Quote

31-10-2014, 05:31:43

Brown is best switch .

Not a fan of the design to be honest. Except the numpad, thats DAMN fine!Quote

31-10-2014, 06:00:34

Performance is key for gamers and the GT80 Titan will forever change the mobile gaming experience
yeah right. 4.5Kg and a thickness of 49.1mm. very mobileQuote

31-10-2014, 07:35:34

eeew, that looks terrible! Whats with that huge dragon logo!?Quote

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