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MSI's '3K' gaming Ultrabook lands in the US for $1,999

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
May 6, 2014
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When we reviewed MSI's GS60 Ghost gaming Ultrabook, we suggested that you hold out for the "3K" (really, 2,880 x 1,620) display of its higher-end cousin, the Ghost Pro. Well, it's here -- you can now buy the Ghost Pro 3K in the US starting at $1,999, complete with that extra-sharp 15.6-inch screen and a 4.4-pound, 0.8-inch thick body that should be easy to carry. You'll also get GeForce GTX 870M graphics that can handle the high resolution, and resource-intensive games should be happy with the quad-core 2.4GHz Core i7 processor, 16GB of memory, 128GB solid-state drive and 1TB hard disk.

Gallery: MSI GS60 Ghost Pro hands-on | 7 Photos

The Ghost Pro is bringing company, too, in the form of the GS70 Stealth Pro. You'll have to "settle" for a 1080p display and a heavier 5.7-pound chassis, but you'll get a bigger 17.3-inch LCD alongside more video memory and an extra 128GB SSD. You won't have to pay more, either, so it really comes down to a matter of personal preference -- just what are you willing to trade for those 3K visuals?

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