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MSI has a pair of gaming notebooks coming out with the GS70 Stealth and GS60 Ghost, and the company claims “unmatched” gaming power wrapped in slim and light chassis. The 17-inch Stealth and 15-inch Ghost are thin indeed, measuring just 0.85-inches and 0.78 inches thick, respectively.

Both notebooks rock an Intel Core i7-4700HQ CPU, and the Stealth has an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M GPU while the Ghost offers the 860M. The Stealth has a 128GB mSATA drive plus a 1TB (7200 RPM) HDD with 16GB of DDR3-1600MHz RAM, while the Ghost pairs its 128GB mSATA drive with a 750GB (7200 RPM) HDD and 12GB (8GB + 4GB) of DDR3-1600MHz RAM.

MSI GS70 Stealth
MSI GS70 Stealth

Both feature Killer Gaming Network LAN + BT4.0 and Intel 7260 Wilkins Peak 2 2x2 802.11ac WiFi, SD/XC/HC card readers, stereo speakers with a subwoofer, 720p HD webcams, backlit keyboards, and 6-cell batteries. For ports, they offer three USB 3.0, miniDisplayPort, and HDMI.

MSI GS60 Ghost

MSI GS60 Ghost
The MSI GS70 Stealth starts at $1,899.99 while the GS60 Ghost starts at $1,699.99.

Wow that's expensive but I assume all the accessories add up for this beast


I remember back when I made the mistake of buying a laptop for gaming. :D


really neat machines, but i would never spend 2000$ on a gaming laptop, if you ask me a gaming laptop is a bit of an oxymoron, but i am probably a little biased. been pc gaming since i was but a wee lad. that being said if somebody drop'd this pup in my lap i cant say i wouldnt try it out ;)


Spending this amount of money for a laptop is outrageous. Although they sell, so. I have a Lenovo Y510P, which is a less expensive laptop if you want to do some light gaming. Simply for the fact its easier to carry to school and back (college student.) But if someone buys a 2k gaming laptop, you can guarantee they have a 4k gaming PC at home.


I'm amazed at how thin they can get gaming Laptops now. still slightly on the expensive side, and I don't travel enough or game on the go to warrant buying a laptop over a PC.