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Published : Saturday, 20 May, 2017 at 12:00 AM Count : 151
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Hewlett-Packard of USA has launched their gaming specialised Omen laptops in Bangladeshi market. The laptop was launched at Zaytun Restaurant at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar on May 10. OMEN is powered by the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and Intel Core i7 quad core 7th generation processor, and 128GB solid-state drive (SSD) for high performance with stunning graphics and faster operation. It has a 15.6" 1080p display to run full HD games. It's price is nearly 80,000 BDT.
Now to continue with our last issue, the best gaming laptop over the world might be MSI's GT73VR Titan according to our regular review site IT News. The brand MSI is not popular in Bangladesh but we can take a snippet anyway for foreign friends and local single imports. The laptop comes loaded with next-gen technology that runs fast and quiet for the most part. Our only complaint is with the overclocking issues, but even if you leave it on stock settings it's still one extremely sweet gaming notebook. Read PCWorld's full review
The arrival of Nvidia's Pascal-based mobile GPUs has transformed high-end gaming laptops-for the first time, they're able to give desktops a run for their money. Case in point is MSI's new GT73VR Titan, which pairs a GTX 1080 mobile GPU with a 17.3-inch, 1920x1080, 120Hz G-Sync panel. It delivers crazy-smooth, high frame-rate gaming at an unprecedented level: We (at IT News) saw framerates over 150 fps with everything maxed out in our Tomb Raider and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor benchmarks. The MSI GT73VR features a G-Sync panel and glorious GeForce GTX 1080 card.
Other GTX 1080 options exist (and some of them cheaper than our $3,599 GT73VR review unit), but none come as loaded with benchmark-topping technology and run as quietly. Origin's similarly configured EON17-X, for example, blasts like a jet engine, but provides only a very small gain in performance.
This Titan does have a couple of potential drawbacks-the trackpad's buttons, for example, are incredibly stiff and require a lot of force to click-but overall, the GT73VR is one extremely sweet gaming notebook that has what it takes to dominate its class.

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