We have in our midst today, quite a remarkable product in the form of the new MSI GT80 Titan laptop which is distinguished by the fact that it houses a mechanical keyboard onboard it. Not only that; it still manages to keep its weight and size down, significantly enough to make it the lightest and thinnest laptop in its class.
Equipped with an 18-inch display, the GT80 Titan sure will appeal abundantly to gamers with a loving for mechanical keyboards, and it’s also the first such product ever. MSI hasn’t built this pad itself, but has instead relied on a third-party keyboard to be integrated into the laptop’s chassis.
It’s a SteelSeries gaming keyboard with Cherry Brown MX switches which the new notebook has been blessed with. Gamers who wish to say goodbye to connecting separate mechanical keyboards to make their laptop gaming experience worthwhile, now have an amazing option in the form of the GT80 Titan.
For those who wish to go into the technicals, this MSI device’s keyboard makes use of standard Cherry switches and a standard keycap with 27mm of thickness. This is 5 times the thickness of traditional laptop keyboards. Along with being the world’s first laptop with a mechanical keyboard, this product also happens to hold the distinction of being the world’s slimmest and lightest 18-inch gaming laptop, according to its maker.
It measures 17 percent thinner and 22 percent lighter than its closest competitor. We have also been told that this notebook will come equipped with the SteelSeries Engine and its CloudSync capabilities that enable users to save and sync their settings across various machines.
The main questions about the price, release date and specs of the MSI GT80 Titan have been left unanswered at the moment. If you’re interested, you can register on this site to know about them once they’re out.