I do not game on a laptop, but I know there are plenty of people that do. The portability is the key, but it is hard to pack in the kind of power you need to truly play AAA titles at a solid frame rate on anything built to be moved around a lot. Well MSI decided it was time to laugh in the face of things like mediocre graphics, limited storage space, and possibly the laws of physics with their new MSI GT60 and GT70 gaming laptops.
The MSI GT70 has features that can only be described as premiums for desktop gamers in a 17.3 inch laptop. You'll find 12 GB of DDR3 RAM, twin 64 GB SSDs in RAID 0, additional 750 GB 7200 RPM HDD, Blu-ray burner, Killer Game Networking chip, and Steel Series full backlit keyboard with fully customizable colors. The core of this mighty beast is the Intel HM77 platform complete with i7 3610QM (Quad-core/8 threads, 2.3 GHz up to 3.3 GHz turbo) CPU and Nvidia GTX 670M GPU based on their latest chip.
The GT60 takes this a few steps down with a 15.6 inch form factor and "only" two HDD's in RAID for a total of 1 TB of storage. I am not sure what world that is considered a downgrade so we will call the MSI GT60 a more mobile alternative. More details about the specs below.
Seriously I don't see how that much hardware could fit into a laptop without serious engineering or magic. I personal don't care which one MSI is employing to achieve this since it is helping gamers take their hobby on the go, without sacrificing a single frame per second.