MSI has this week launched a new gaming laptop which is equipped with eye tracking technology and takes the form of the new MSI GT72S G Tobii which is now available to purchase online from stores such as Newegg priced at $2,599.
For that price you do get a few extras including Tom Clancy’s The Division which will be launched later this year and the gaming laptop is powered by a 6th generation Intel Core i7-6820HK processor which is supported by a massive 32GB of DDR4-2133 memory.
A feature that makes the MSI GT72S G Tobii gaming laptop a little different from others is the inclusion of eye tracking technology that allows you to control OS and game movement using looks, stares and gazes. For more information on the eye tracking feature that allows you to navigate Windows, login via Windows Hello and also use supported applications such as XSplit Gamecaster jump over to the Tobii official website.
MSI have equipped the system with a screen that takes the form of a 17.3 inch full HD 1080p display, that is powered by GeForce GTX 980M graphics and includes both a 256GB PCIe-based solid state disk (SSD) and 1TB hard drive full storage.
Other features include connectivity via both 801.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1 as well as being equipped with a Blu-ray burner, Killer Gaming Network E2400 LAN, 6 x USB 3.0 ports, 1 x USB Type-C port, mini DisplayPort, HDMI output as well as a pair of 3W speakers with a subwoofer all finished with a SteelSeries full-colour backlit keyboard with plenty of options to be able to configure the lighting to suit your own preferences. Andy Tung, president of MSI Pan America explains :
The GT72S G Tobii Tobii adds another dimension to gaming and provides a level of interaction and immersion never experienced before. Our eyes will no longer be passive players, they will now direct, command and transport us into the future of PC gaming.
For more information on the new MSI GT72S G Tobii gaming laptop jump over to the MSI website for details via the link below.
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