MSI’s GS60 Ghost Pro features a 3K screen and an Nvidia video card that isn’t announced yet.
MSI announced its latest gaming notebook, the GS60 Ghost Pro, at CeBIT over the weekend. The notebook features a 15.6-inch 3K screen with a resolution of 2,880 x 1,620. What is interesting is that the GS60 Ghost Pro features an Nvidia video card that is not official yet. MSI claims that this video card will be able to run high-end titles at high settings as well as drive the 3K screen without any difficulties.
Considering the fact that Nvidia is rolling outs its next-gen notebook video cards, as evidenced by the GTX 860M leak last week. While the GTX 860M will be catered to the mid-tier, it is likely that Nvidia is working on a high-end notebook video card that is based on the Maxwell architecture.
Coming back to the GS60 Ghost Pro, the notebook is fairly thin at 19.5 mm and weighs only 4.4 pounds. This being a gaming notebook, MSI will offer a host of hardware customization that includes the availability of Intel’s Core i7 CPU, dual SSD and Wi-Fi ac connectivity. The notebook also features a Steelseries keyboard that allows you to customize backlight colors. The GS60 Ghost Pro will cost anywhere from $2,200 to $2,800 based on the configuration you choose. The notebook will be available starting next month.