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MSI Creator 15 Laptop: 15.6" 4K, i7-10875H, RTX 2070, 32GB DDR4, 1TB SSD $1827.54

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  • Intel Core i7-10875H
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super
  • 15.6" 4K UHD Ultra-Thin Bezel Display
  • 32GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1TB NVMe SSD
  • Ports
    • USB 3.2 Type-C
    • USB 3.2 Type-A
    • Thunderbolt 3
    • HDMI
    • DC-in
    • RJ45 Port
    • MicroSD Card Reader
    • Combo Jack
  • Windows 10 Professional


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4K display...wow wow
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Get a p series ThinkPad for 1100 instead
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Certainly a good deal, wish the 17inch ones came with 4K. Although the sweet spot would be a 17in 4K 3080 to make use of 4k gaming
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Screen bleed and fan noise are the top complaints
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4K display...wow wow
If 4K display isn't necessary (def not for me) then I'd suggest PowerSpecs laptop. Same specs — worse screen.. but $400 cheaper
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4k screen would be underutilized for most users, especially since as a vast amount of reviewers have noted that the screen panels used are inconsistent in quality (screen bleed being a notable one). Huge concern though would be the warranty and customer service experience if anything were to happen especially on a device of this calibur (price and usage case intended) and from personal experience, MSI is definitely hit or miss. If anything were to happen for example, expect 3-4 weeks of no laptop and potentially still paying for shipping fees and if you do any 'upgrades' to memory or ram, forewarned, it will void the warranty altogether.
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Above my range, can anyone suggest 13-14 inch with same config but without 4K ?
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100% adobe RGB callibrated screen on a laptop.

This is a good deal, anyone thinking this is a gaming laptop is missing the point of the machine. Though it can game, it is meant for video/photo/creative work.
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Quote from chuynh71 :
4K display...wow wow
I love 4K, wow
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Who needs to spend more than a 30 series laptop just for a useless 4k screen?
Hmmm it's almost like you're missing the target audience for this laptop. Take a look at the name and try again
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Hmmm it's almost like you're missing the target audience for this laptop. Take a look at the name and try again
"If something is not precisely what I want, then nobody should want it for the reasons I don't want it." is too uncommon a theme for some.

FYI.....Gets good reviews....
https://laptopmedia.com/review/ms...tor-beast/

10+ hrs unplugged with general use is amazing with these specs.
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100% adobe RGB callibrated screen on a laptop.

This is a good deal, anyone thinking this is a gaming laptop is missing the point of the machine. Though it can game, it is meant for video/photo/creative work.
ZERO computer content is made for Adobe gamut, it just makes everything look wrong/oversaturated.

It's also USELESS for (Creators), because people who actually do color critical work calibrate every 2weeks anyway, that's how fast backlights / lcds drift in REAL LIFE.

That color accuracy thing is 100% marketing, it means NOTHING as there is no accessible hardware LUT function in the panel, vs real professional panels for color-critical workloads.

The <2 DeltaE also marketing, ALL modern panels can achieve <0.5 DeltaE if they're not broken.


This very much IS a gaming laptop disguised to appear classy to the small minded. There's NOTHING professional about it.
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