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MSI GT62VR High-End gaming notebook with GTX 1060 overview

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This year in the IT world, the most popular trend and the most sought after topic would be the VR application, the so called

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Left body IO

From left, anti-theft lock \ USB 2.0 \ Line-in \ Line-out \ Mic-in \ Headphone-out

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Right body IO

From left, SD(XC/HC)card reader \ 3 x USB 3.0

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Rear IO

From left, RJ45 Ethernet Port \ Thunderbolt 3 including USB 3.1 \ HDMI \ Mini- Display Port \ Power Jack

Both left and right sides consist of large heat-dissipating surfaces

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GT62VR D side resembles GT72S, applying a sleek red chassis with large surface area.

Battery is 8-Cell generating 75.24wHr, but is not detachable

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The small protruding red square is the woofer

And the 5 rubber feet on the bottom helps elevate the notebook by a bit, assisting in heat-dissipation and stability

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MSI Applications

DRAGON CENTER is a proprietary software developed by MSI

Latest updates improved interface resolution, also giving a more refined and intuitive layout

App Portal tab shows installed software and apps, helps easier access to different features

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System Monitor displays current hardware status

The entire layout is more intuitive and informative compared to the older versions

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System Tuner

Allows users to tweak settings for VR, hardware performance, fan speed, or adjust screen colors.

On the left are 5 profiles where you can personalize each one to use in different settings

Later we

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Nahimic 2 Audio Software in recent years has been implemented to all high end MSI gaming notebooks.

Settings and customizations have been refined as well; for example, HD Audio Recoder on top right already has a second generation interface

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When talking about the sound speakers produce, it is often subjective to each individual, which is why we

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