This week MSI unveiled a range of new gaming notebooks that have been designed to be used with VR gaming, including the new P62X and GP72X Leopard Pro series.

The highlight of both of these machines is the display, which can be fitted out with up to a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution display that has a 120Mhz refresh rate and 5ms response time.

The 17.3-inch GP72X Leopard Pro comes with this new display, while the 5.6-inch GP62X Leopard Pro offers two FHD display options with wide-view and IPS panels.

Both of these models will also come with NVMe solid-state drives (SSDs) for up to 2.2GB/s read speeds, as well as up to a 7th-gen GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GPU in the GP62MVR and GP72VR variants, or up to a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU in the non-VR models.

Both of the devices can also be configured with a maximum of 32GB of DDR4 RAM.

To top that off, both come with MSI’s Cooler Boost 4 technology to keep things running cool, with a total of two fans and six separate heat pipes that have been dedicated at keeping the CPU and GPU cool.

MSI says that this increases airflow by 20 percent and say that it is “the most advanced heat pipe design in a gaming notebook.”

It also comes with SteelSeries’ Engine 3 technology for customisable RGB lighting, as well as SteelSeries’ GameSense for changing the colour of the keyboard based on in-game actions for supported games.

The notebooks come with a USB Type-C 3.0 connection, two USB Type-A 3.0 ports, a USB Type-A 2.0 connection, an SD card reader, and both HDMI and mini-DisplayPort outputs.

You can pick up both notebooks today for from £782 from a range of retailers, including Amazon.

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