Ears On With MSI's GT680 and GT780 Notebooks With Dynaudio Sound

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Earlier this week, MSI introduced its new GT680 and GT780 gaming notebooks, both of which include goodies such as full HD screens, 2nd Generation Core i7 processors, and high-end Nvidia GPUs. But what really makes these systems stand out are the unique touches such as the brushed metal design and custom-configurable backlight keyboard on the 17-inch GT780 or the attractive red-bezeled speakers on the GT680.

More important than even the aesthetics of these notebooks, however, are the all-new Dynaudio speakers, which MSI says are the best in the business. We put the new speakers through their paces and checked out the overall design of both the GT680 and GT780 in a CES booth visit today. Check out our hands-on video and gallery below for a closer look.

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  • techman Says:

    The price of high end laptops will be more this year.This is due to the increased price of intels mobile cpu's.The performance of the graphics of the new intel cpu's are not up to the job of handliinglyng the gaming demands of today.These cpu's need to be priced accordingly.People do not want to be forced to pay a higher premium for a gaming laptop,due to the fact that intel thinks its integrated gpu is worth the cost.People also do not want to have to pay a higher premium due to the fact that there is no option to purchase the cpu without the gpu.I hope amd will get off its rear end and release its upcoming Llano core soon.Amd's upcoming Llano core may give intel some competition (due to the higher performing gpu) in this segment which may force intel to lower its prices.

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