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MSI GF75 Thin 10SEK-285 17.3" Gaming Notebook - Core i7-10750H - 16GB RAM - 512GB SSD - 1920 x 1080 - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 - Windows 10 Pro - Black $1139.99

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The one that is the most adaptable to change is the one that survive and evolve. Choose the Dragon Spirit and evolve with the latest MSI Gaming Laptops equipped with 10th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processors (Comet Lake H) & latest GeForce® RTX graphics designed for gamers with style. Head first into the New Generation.
REDEFINING WHAT'S POSSIBLE Latest 10th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processor powers up with up to 15% performance gains over the previous generation. Higher single core frequency is better for gaming experience.
RTX. It's On. NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX™ 20 SERIES GRAPHICS NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ delivers the ultimate laptop gaming experience. These sleek, powerful gaming rigs are powered by the new NVIDIA Turing GPU architecture and the revolutionary RTX platform. RTX graphics bring together real-time ray tracing, artificial intelligence, and programmable shading.
PERFORMANCE MADE PORTABLE Enjoy complete 17" screen real estate in a compact chassis.
144HZ IPS-LEVEL THIN-BEZEL GAMING DISPLAY UNPRECEDENTED SPEED AND CLARITY The fastest gaming display brings you the most vibrant visuals so you never miss a beat.
THIN & LIGHT ALUMINUM HAIR-BRUSHED AESTHETICS Metallic top and keyboard cover paired with futuristic design that's packed for battle.
4-SIDED thin bezel design Enjoy more immersive gameplay in an even more compact chassis.
REVOLUTIONARY COOLING FOR LOW-KEY GAMING Dedicated thermal solutions for both the CPU and GPU with up to 7 heat pipes, work harmoniously by minimizing the heat and maximizing the airflow for smooth gaming performance in such compact chassis.
The Way Music Should Be Immerse yourself in lossless music and enjoy the premium sound quality with Hi-Resolution Audio. Experience and listen to audio the way it was intended.
Product Type Gaming Notebook
Processor & Chipset Processor Manufacturer Intel Processor Type Core i7 Processor Generation 10th Gen Processor Model i7-10750H Processor Speed 2.6GHz
Memory Standard Memory 16GB Maximum Memory 64GB Memory Technology DDR4 SDRAM
Storage Total Solid State Drive Capacity 512GB
Display & Graphics Screen Size 17.3" Display Screen Type LCD Display Screen Technology In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology True Color Technology Screen Mode Full HD Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Touchscreen No
Display & Graphics Graphics Controller Manufacturer NVIDIA Graphics Controller Model GeForce RTX 2060 Graphics Memory Capacity Up to 6GB Graphics Memory Technology GDDR6 Graphics Memory Accessibility Dedicated VR Ready Yes
Network & Communication Wireless LAN Yes Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11ax Ethernet Technology Gigabit Ethernet Bluetooth Yes
Built-in Devices Front Camera/Webcam Yes
Interfaces/Ports HDMI Yes Total Number of USB Ports 4 Number of USB 3.2 Gen 1 Ports 3 USB Type-C Yes USB Type-C Detail 1x Type-C USB3.2 Gen1 Network (RJ-45) Yes
Software Operating System Platform Windows Operating System Windows 10 Pro (English) Operating System Architecture 64-bit
Input Devices Keyboard Backlight Yes Keyboard Localization English
Battery Information Number of Batteries 1 Number of Cells 3-cell
Power Description Maximum Power Supply Wattage 180 W
Color Black
Height 0.9"
Width 15.63"
Depth 10.24"
Weight (Approximate) 2.3 kg
Package Contents GF75 Thin 10SEK-285 Gaming Notebook Lithium Polymer Battery AC Adapter

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Would this make a good coding notebook
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Still going to wait for the Costco one with 2070 for $60 more.

This will be $1200 https://www.costco.com/.product.1478573.html
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Still going to wait for the Costco one with 2070 for $60 more.

This will be $1200 https://www.costco.com/.product.1478573.html
Same. Get 4-year warranty with Costco also.
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Is this good for business user/power user for Excel/Office, Visio and such? COSTCO has MSI GF75 with bit lower hardware for $700 (I5 processor and 8GB ).

Trying to decide between the COSTCO $700 MSI GF75 vs Dell 17 3000 (dell is about $650 but with integrated video card .. and DVD drive which i don't like - why add to weight if you will never use it)
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Is this good for business user/power user for Excel/Office, Visio and such? COSTCO has MSI GF75 with bit lower hardware for $700 (I5 processor and 8GB ).

Trying to decide between the COSTCO $700 MSI GF75 vs Dell 17 3000 (dell is about $650 but with integrated video card .. and DVD drive which i don't like - why add to weight if you will never use it)
IMHO, this MSI would be overkill for MS office applications. The Dell would be fine, but you could probably still find a 15.6" in the $400-$500 range or even lower and pair it with a nice monitor to handle those tasks and still be under $650. Minimum for Visio is i3-1005G1 with 6GB Memory and integrated GPU.
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I think at the moment Costco deal will be the best
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Still going to wait for the Costco one with 2070 for $60 more.

This will be $1200 https://www.costco.com/.product.1478573.html
How do you know this is going to be $1200?
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Would this make a good coding notebook
Laptops in general aren't for coding as the more code you can see on screen the more efficient you can be, so you want the biggest screen you can get, with vertical capability.
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Laptops in general aren't for coding as the more code you can see on screen the more efficient you can be, so you want the biggest screen you can get, with vertical capability.
Yep, and it sucks that laptops are 1080p now as the default ... even for many "gaming" laptops. I bought an Alienware specifically because it came with a QHD screen. If you code, a 1080p screen is weak sauce.
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Got mine yesterday and love it.

Runs really hot when it downloads and installs it's updates (into the 90's C) but then cools down after a few power cycles and the thermals melt in.

Solid construction and an awesome screen.

Can't believe this post hasn't gotten more traction.

I don't have a costco membership and the closest one is 40 minutes away or I would have tried for the 1TB + 512G ssd with the RTX 2070.
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I will NEVER buy an MSI laptop cause they all have horrible and impractical keyboards.
All special characters that are used with the Shift key NEVER light up with the backlit key. They all stay dark.
They suck.
When I cannot see the proper character I cannot type properly and accurately.
Before you buy an MSI junk just test it and see what a garbage design they have.
Stupid MSI must update and redesign their horrific, lousy and terrible keyboards.
Yes, you can customize many keys with different colors, but what is the use if all these special characters do not light up for you to see.??????
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I will NEVER buy the garbage and crappy MSI brand laptops.
They have 22 keyboard keys that NEVER light up and you cannot view these keys properly, specially when you work in a little dark room.
This stupid manufacturer should fix their horrible backlit keyboard keys and make sure that ALL keys' characters do light up.
The 22 keys are what you use with the Shift key, all these 22 characters appear on the top part of the 22 keys and are used with the Shift key. I cannot type properly if I cannot see the keys' character.
For example.....all the characters that are used with the Shift key on the second row NEVER light up and are not visible (not lit) to be able to type properly.
I returned my horrible piece of garbage after finding out their horrible backlit fault.
A very big shame on horrible MSI.
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