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MSI GT Series GT73VR Titan Gaming Laptop

MSI GT Series GT73VR Titan Gaming Laptop

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I was lucky to get a 15.6" laptop for 900 USD with Similar specs except the CPU being a 7700HQ, GPU being a 1070 Max Q, 250GB SSD nVMe M.2 Samsung 960 instead of a slow slow slow Hard Drive!!! Got from ebay because of a failing keyboard but as a desktop replacement it's good for me.
stocktake sale before rtx 2000 series laptop release?
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No SSD in a $1900 laptop? Come on Massdrop :P
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All the hard drive nvme and ram slots are located on top so all you need to do is remove 2 screws (that are labeled) and slide off the top panel. You can also remove the graphics boards (which are located at the bottom) and slot in new ones if you can find any for sell and can fit.
Discgear
Good to know. This laptop appears. after watching a YouTube video on it, does appear to be easily upgradeable without removing the motherboard, though any NVMe SSDs must be removed to get to the hard drive, if there is one.
I was researching a couple models of MSI 15.6 laptops that were not so easy to upgrade, however, because the motherboard actually had to be removed for any upgrade.
I do like MSI as a brand, and have used their GTX video cards for some time now. I was taken aback by the motherboard/upgrade issue with some of their laptops. Nice to know that this one is not one to worry about.
Is this post a mistake?
I mean who on the planet would pay this much today for these specs?
Go on slickdeals... Shame on you Mass drop for not understanding what a good deal is even.
Why is this a deal? Especially considering with the power brick it will be at least 10 lb to carry this thing around. You can buy a gen8 i7 with GTX 1070 easily with this kind of money, with thinner and lighter body too. Unless your plan is to use this to render video or something.
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To both of you. @Sabishiihito @Junyang I carried an ASUS ROG around for years and even on international trips. 17" screen and full size keyboard. Never had an issue and didn't even feel it. No problems going through any security checkpoint or using it in flight. Doesn't mean you are wrong, just saying we do exist when it comes to this discussion. :D
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I have been traveling for my job 50% of the time the last 6 years. I own a Sager mobile workstation around 8.5 lbs. In two years of flying with it (2 trips a month, 4 interactions at the airport total each month 48 yearly x2 years, 96 times flown. A handful of times TSA would pull it aside, wipe it down and what not, ~5 minute hassle. not every TSA agent, even at the same airport exactly follows the same standard.
i should add that I leave it at home now and use much lighter ultrabooks. Way more convenient and I remote the workstation for heavy lifting