MSI has launched a pair of new attractive gaming notebooks: the GP62X and the GP72X Leopard Pro Series. They come with modern specifications like Kaby Lake processors, DDR4 and NVM3 storage drives.
GP62X and GP72X CPU
Both GP62MVR X Leopard Pro and GP72VR X Leopard Pro run Intel’s 7th gen Core i7 processors.
Display & graphics
The GP62MVR X Leopard Pro features a 15.6-inch FHD display with wide-view and IPS-Level, and the GP72VR X Leopard Pro has a 17.3-inch FHD with 120Hz, 5ms, and Wide-View. Both notebooks boast the GeForce GTX1060 with 3GB GDDR5.
Chipset, memory, and storage
Both laptops have the HM175 chipset, DDR4 with 2 slots and 32GB of memory, and feature 1 x M.s NVMe PCIe Gen3 x 4 and 1 x 2.5 inch SATA HDD.
Optical drive and webcam
The GP62MVR X Leopard Pro does not feature an optical drive while the GP72VR X Leopard Pro has a DVD Super Multi. Both laptops have an HD webcam (30fps@720p).
Both laptops feature a Steel Series Multi Color RGB Blacklit keyboard.
Both Leopard Pros feature a Killer Gb LAN (E2400), 802.11 ac WiFi, and Bluetooth v4.2 (Intel 3168).
The notebooks have a 4x 2W speaker with NahimicVR and feature one mic-in audio jack and another headphone-out audio jack.
Both laptops have one Type-C USB3.1 Gen2, two Type-A USB3.0, one Type-A USB2.0, one RJ45, one SD (XC/HC) Card Reader, one HDMI(4K @ 30Hz), and one Mini-Display Port.
Battery and AC Adapter
Both feature the same 6-Cell 41 Whr battery and they have an 180W adapter.
Dimension and Weight
The GP62MVR X Leopard Pro comes in a 15.07 x 10.23 x 86 inches and weighs 4.8 lbs. The GP72VR X Leopard Pro weighs 5.95 lbs and comes in 16.45 x 10.6 x 1.16 inches.
The company upgraded the GP62X and the GP72X Leopard line so that gamers will easily be able to personalize their playing style by customizing each and every key and changing the keyboard’s color.
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