A gaming laptop introduced by MSI is the MSI GE62 2QD Apache. Aside from it has a 15.6-inch ultra HD bright screen it has also the latest Nvidia’s new GeForce GTX 960M graphics. Powered by Intel Core i7 (4720HQ) processor running at a clock speed of 2.60-GHz, 16GB of memory, and a 1TB hard drive plus it is packed with good connectivity options. What is more attractive about this gaming laptop is that it is relatively inexpensive at $ 1650.
BUILD DESIGN AND COMPONENTS
The MSI GE62 2QD Apache measures at 1.14-by-11-by-16.5-inches and weighs 2.34-kgs. The glistening black laptop has an eye catching red accent stripe on its front, while a red G Series badge on the lid with a dragon design on it. The device’ Steel series chiclet-style keyboard has multi-zone backlighting that provides colorful rainbow effects which you can change or turned it off if you want to. There’s a keypad full numeric yet the keys narrow compared to the standard as it have to be well fitted with its 15-inch size.
- The touchpad on the other hand which sit below the keyboard has physical mouse buttons that can be easily find.
- The screen can display 4K content with ease because of UHD (screen) it is not a touch screen though.
- It has a built-in speakers which includes subwoofer that provides not just good output but it is also capable of filling medium-size room.
- The device also has a rear-facing dual fans
- The connectivity options includes an Ethernet port, a headset jack, an HDMI port, microphone jack, a mini DisplayPort, an SD card reader, one USB 2.0 port, and three USB 3.0 ports plus a A DVD burner.
- For wireless connections it is geared with 802.11ac W-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 with HDMI and mini DisplayPort, the system can simultaneously support two external displays.
- The system memory at 16GB while storage is large enough at 1TB hard drive.
This device is powered by a powerful Intel Core i7-4720HQ quad-core processor Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics. The performance is definitely better than good yet compared to rivals the GE62 2QD Apache was an average performer. Not a bad shot though since it is MSI entry level.