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MSI become the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming Laptops

MSI become the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming Laptops

MSI become the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming Laptops

MSI become the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming Laptops

 

MSI become the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming Laptops and notebooks, which have been validated by both HTC Vive and Intel.

These new gaming laptops contain a desktop grade GTX 980 GPU and intel i7 Skylake CPU, with the MSI GT80S 6QF offering the full unthrottled performance of dual GTX 980 GPUs in SLI, offering unrivaled mobile gaming performance. All of these laptops also offer RGB illuminated keyboards and screen resolutions of 1080p or 4K. 

  

  MSI Gaming Notebooks are fully equipped with high-level stuffing for Virtual Reality experience.

Combined with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 graphics card, they support the greatest immersion with smooth running and minimum latency.

The machines provide the users with the most mind-blowing experience ever. Optimized for Vive and equipped with best-in-class hardware and stylish exterior, MSI Gaming Notebooks are the best platform. The time has come. Welcome to the VIRTUAL world for REAL gamers.

 

MSI become the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming Laptops  

Right now there are a large number of VR users and developers that want to have a highly portable computing option that can drive a VR experience whether it be to show off at trade shows or just to family and friends. 

It is great to see MSI not only provide hardware that is powerful enough for the task, but also seek the expert advice and product validation from Intel and HTC in order to ensure that their hardware can deliver the optimal VR gaming experience. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI becoming the first brand to offer Certified VR ready gaming laptops on the OC3D Forums

 

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10-05-2016, 07:07:25

SuB
I hope this isn't laid out the same way how 'HD Ready' and 'Full HD' were... (i.e. 720p/1080p)Quote

10-05-2016, 07:28:37

Kushiro
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