MSI has this week launched a new notebook that has been called the GT72S G Tobii.

The interesting part is Tobii, which shows that the new device will be the world’s first gaming notebook to feature eye-tracking software, and MSI even goes as far as to called it the world’s most advanced gaming laptop.

Basically, Tobii allows you to switch through targets select objects or pause gameplay using Tobii’s “triple dual lens near-IR illuminators,” which are used to track eye movements no matter the surrounding lighting conditions.

What’s more, the new notebook will also be compatible with the Hello feature in Windows 10 to allow you to log into a PC with your face.

In terms of specs, the notebook will feature and Intel Skylake I7 processor, GeForce GTX 980M graphics card, backlit SteelSeries keyboard, Nahimic sound technology and more.

MSI’s Pan America President Andy Tung explained more with the following:

“The GT72S G Tobii adds another dimension to gaming and provides a level of interaction and immersion never experienced before.”

“Our eyes will no longer be passive players, they will now direct, command and transport us into the future of PC gaming.”

Tobbi Tech President Oscar Warner then added:

“Tobii and MSI are blazing a new path in gaming and driving the growth of eye-tracking technology by creating new experiences and thinking outside of the box.”

“We encourage and support forward-thinking developers in their mission to create new experiences for not only gaming, but streaming and general computing.”

The MSI GT72S G Tobii will come bundeled with Tom Clancy’s The Division for $2,600.

 

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