Finally, a gaming laptop with a mechanical plank!
Call us keyboard snobs if you will, but once you’ve experienced the pleasure of typing on a mechanical keyboard, it’s difficult to go back to those squishy membrane planks. Peripheral makers have stepped up to the plate with plenty of mechanical models in the past few years, though MSI gets a virtual high-five for being the first to plop a mechanical keyboard on a gaming laptop.
MSI’s GT80 Titan uses Cherry MX Brown key switches, which are known for being light, tactile, and non-clicky. It’s a popular switch among gamers because of their tactile response while remaining relatively quiet compared to Cherry MX Blue switches, which are loud by comparison.
Little else is known about the 18.4-inch GT80 Titan, at least on an official basis. Rumor has it the GT80 Titan may wield a GTX 980 SLI configuration and up to 32GB of RAM. Given the laptop’s size, we’re betting on this being a full-blown desktop replacement.
No word yet on price or availability, only that it’s “coming soon,” according to the GT80 Titan’s teaser page.
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