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MSI’s GS63VR Is a Perfectly Balanced Gaming Laptop

A couple months ago I reviewed MSI’s GT75VR, and even though I respect how hard it is to cram desktop-level components, ridiculously loud speakers, and a custom mechanical keyboard in a laptop body, gigantic 17-inch systems like that don’t really do it for me. That’s because weighing in at almost 10 pounds and measuring 2.3-inches thick, the GT75VR doesn’t really deliver the portability I expect from a gaming laptop. With a starting price of £2,599, it sure as hell ain’t cheap either. But the GS63VR Stealth Pro is a whole ‘nother story. It’s slim, it’s sleek, and it’s got one of the most colourful RGB keyboards out there—all starting at £1,479. Read More >>

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I Took Cover in The Division Using Just My Eyes and It Gave Me a Glimpse of Future VR

Though the cover shooter felt revelatory back in the days of the original Gears of War, it's now a tried-and-tested formula that's started to feel a bit rote. Not only has it become a go-to basis for most third-person action games, the actual mechanic has barely evolved, and has never really mimicked the reality of ducking gunfire. If an alien grunt or Nazi trooper was gunning for me in real life, I'd hope for a more elegant safety procedure than having to use two sticks and a button on a control pad to to turn and move my body towards somewhere I could tuck my squishy head away out of danger. Read More >>

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Review: This Laptop With a Mechanical Keyboard is Delightfully Crazy

I'm typing this on a laptop with a real keyboard. Real, as in without the compromise in size, tactility or function that you've come to expect in laptops. I don't really know how to express how strange that is. Read More >>

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This Gaming Laptop With a Mechanical Keyboard is So Gleefully Insane

Convertibles? Whatever. Ultrabooks? idgaf. A damn huge laptop with a mechanical keyboard built right in? Now we're getting somewhere. Read More >>

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This Laptop Can Voltron With its Dock for an Extra Graphics Boost

If you want a laptop that can play graphically intensive games, you're in a tough spot. Generally you can opt for something crazy expensive but portable, or something hulking and a little but cheaper. MSI's new GS30 Gaming Shadow notebook offers a middle ground: Take a slim laptop on the go, and plug into a power-tower at home. Read More >>