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MSI GS60 Ghost Gaming Notebook

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I like this it looks sexy!


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New camera? Everything looks a bit different, but I can't seem to describe it. It just looks... Better and smoother.


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Looks sleek! If I was looking for a laptop, I'd definitely take this one into consideration.


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New camera? Everything looks a bit different, but I can't seem to describe it. It just looks... Better and smoother.

 

Brandon and Taran were using the FS700 today for a commercial shoot, so Edzel and I borrowed the Blackmagic Cinema Camera that we use for Fast As Possible and WAN Show.

 

Also Ed always motion blurs the crap out of things when he renders them so it's probably some fancy pants effect he's putting on the output :P

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I really like MSI's new approach with their new 'Gaming' notebooks.

 

They are thin and light and pretty, not gaudy, thick and heavy like their previous 'Gaming' notebooks.


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Brandon and Taran were using the FS700 today for a commercial shoot, so Edzel and I borrowed the Blackmagic Cinema Camera that we use for Fast As Possible and WAN Show.

 

Also Ed always motion blurs the crap out of things when he renders them so it's probably some fancy pants effect he's putting on the output :P

That must be it. Love the video by the way. I'm guessing the Cheero battery bank is on amazon?

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Brandon and Taran were using the FS700 today for a commercial shoot, so Edzel and I borrowed the Blackmagic Cinema Camera that we use for Fast As Possible and WAN Show.

 

Also Ed always motion blurs the crap out of things when he renders them so it's probably some fancy pants effect he's putting on the output :P

He needs to add more lens flares too :P

 

BTW

 

Loved the Fleshlight joke xD


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whoa edzel is awsome, dont you guys think so?


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Edzel is awsome! >.>


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Hi Linus, I've been thinking of upgrading to a new MSI laptop as a desktop replacement for mobility needs. I was looking at the offerings on NCIX and from what I noticed, the GS60 Pro model has similar specs to the cheaper GT60 with a few differences. Namely the GT60 is much cheaper, far heavier, lacks an SSD but has a better processor (maybe?). I've noticed the GT60 also only has one fan for cooling, whereas the GS60 has two. How does the heating between the two stack up? A review I watched of the GT60 pegged the max GPU temp at around low-to-mid 70s. CPU was in or around there, maybe 60s. So, I guess my question is this. Both GS60 models are more expensive than the base GT60 model. Likely due to form factor and internals (SSDs and whatnot). What do you think would be a better buy for value? The GT60 is cheaper at 1600 dollars, but it's significantly heavier and to be honest doesn't seem as sleek. Does the 860m on the non-pro GS60 take that much of a performance hit compared to the 870m in the GT60 and GS60 pro?

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wheres the link for the cheero grip battery thingy?


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Edzel is so awesome. 


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I think the reason they did the lay out of the space bar is because it makes it easier for gaming. When you are on the WASD keys, I think the space bar moved over like that on a laptop keyboard make it feel more natural.


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ok I love this Device but I have 2 Problems, First of all the bezel on the screen is thick and the touch pad and the keyboard is weirdly laid out!. PS will there be a newer razer blade 14

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ok I love this Device but I have 2 Problems, First of all the bezel on the screen is thick and the touch pad and the keyboard is weirdly laid out!. PS will there be a newer razer blade 14

Yes

http://www.cnet.com/products/razer-blade-14-14-inch-2014/


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Will you Buy And review the new razer blade? or have you already done so!?

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Just needed to say that Edzel is awesome at what he does! :D


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Nice video and review , would like to see some performance benchmarks. One thing I would've prefer is for the fonts on the keyboards to be transparent ,so that the backlight shines through it, like the razor blade or most led backlit keyboards. Also there's a model with the gtx870 available.

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