MSI will show off the GT660 gaming notebook at CeBIT.
The GT660, the king of gaming laptops and MSI's pioneering achievement for 2010, stole the spotlight when it was unveiled at this year's CeBIT.
All new look: The GT660 is the next step in the MSI G Series of gaming notebooks. The glowing white characters "MSI" in the center of the cover, black diamond shape, and fire engine red trim underscore the GT660's minimalist elegance. The stylish rhombic pattern below the keyboard and the high tech brush finish on the touchpad add texture. The body is sheathed in MSI's own rich, glossy color film print to protect the GT660 from scratching and wear to keep your machine looking nice.
World class sound: In addition to the elegant exterior, the GT660 boasts world class sound. To meet your need for high fidelity, MSI worked closely with a leader in sound system design, raising the bar in notebook sound systems. They completely overhauled the speaker circuits and housing structures traditionally found in laptops to give the GT660 crisper, more faithful sound. Even more exciting, the GT660 is equipped with LED light display technology, so whether you’re listening to music, watching a film, or engrossed in a video game, the LED light display technology helps maximize your experience.
Powerful hardware: The GT660 comes with powerful hardware, including the Intel Core i7 Quad Processor with nVIDIA® GeForce™ GTX 285M (1 GB GDDR3 display memory) and top end discrete graphics cards for clear, smooth, true to life, real time 3D game images coupled with a world-class sound system to amplify your enjoyment, whether you are gaming, listening to music, or watching a movie.
USB 3.0 and dual hard disk architecture: The MSI GT660 is equipped with the most advanced interconnect and the best expandability available. The GT660 also comes with the USB 3.0 which transfers 4.8 gigabits per second—10 times faster than the USB 2.0. It has three DDR3 SO-DIMM slots, supporting up to 12 GB of memory or you can connect two SATA hard drives with over 1TB. Now, notebooks have the expandability of their desktop cousins.