MSI GF75 Thin 9SC-291AU 17.3in FHD 120hz i7-9750H GTX 1650 16GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HD Gaming Laptop $1529.15 @ Wireless 1 eBay

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GF75-9SC-291AUModel
NewCondition
i7-9750HProcessor
Windows 10Operating System
17.3" FHD (19201080), IPS-Level 120Hz Thin BezelScreen
DDR IV 16GB (8GB
2) (2666MHz)Memory
256GB NVMe PCIe SSD +1TB (SATA) 7200rpmHard Drive
GTX 1650 ,GDDR5 4GBGraphics
Intel Wireless-AC 9560 (2*2 a/c)

Bluetooth V5.0

Networking
YesBluetooth
3x Type-A USB3.1 Gen1
1x Type-C USB3.1 Gen1

1x RJ45

1x (4K @ 30Hz) HDMI

Ports
3 cell , 51WhrBattery
BlackColor
397 x 260 x 22~23.1 mmDimensions
2.2kgDisplay Weight
2 Year Warranty

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Comments

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    Now I regret I didn't buy
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/481277

    This has better spec but I don't need that powerful gfx
    Oh wait. 120hz screen is good?

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      I'd obviously prefer to pay $1000 rather than $1500 but the specs at that price point are hard to beat in my opinion
      (but there are a few good deals happening ATM)
      The Dell G7 or the Legion Y7000 are pretty good too.

      I think the 2 years guarantee sells it to me

  • +4 votes

    Get the G7 with the RTX2060 people!

  •  

    Why those laptops never output natively 4k@60fps?
    I wanna connect them to my tv and watch movies there…..

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      Probably cause OEMs can't be bothered spending an extra dollar on adding an HDMI 2.0 port instead of HDMI 1.4 (that's limited to 30Hz at 4K), even though the GPU supports it.

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        and Why those OEMs cant be bothered spending an extra dollar?

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          Because more profits? It may cost more than a dollar, I'm no hardware manufacturer, but all these GPUs natively support HDMI 2.0, so I don't see why they'd skimp on that for anything other than higher profit margins.

          It's like OnePlus skipping NFC for OnePlus 2 (even though OnePlus One had it) or Water Resistance rating in one of their recent phones, cause according to their study, "the customers didn't use it", or it was "not worth the cost" for the latter. So, similarly, most customers use 1080p60 or 1440p60 displays, hence it's not worth it.

          • +1 vote

            @Limboi: I like how people are crying if Android manufacturers leave out something, but on the other hand Apple has pretty much locked down everyone in er ecosystem and people take that for granted.

            It hit me hard that Apple STILL has a locked BT, siri doesnt work with my smart home stuff because they aint 'apple approved', spotify wasnt available for siri all this time, 3d party keyboard support is messy, im still wondering why my phone doesnt have a headphone jack, my fitness watch keeps disconnecting because apple doesnt allow other apps to run in the background constantly, there isnt even a normal charger in the box (5w charger in 2019, my phone needs 3 hours to charge lmfao), not even a headphone adapter or a case in the box….

            But somehow your complaint is that phones that cost way less dont pay for water resistance rating or phone that cost less than half dont have nfc????
            sorry but smh

            PS
            Ex oneplus 6t and current iphone 11 user here

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              @nikoris: I got nothing against OnePlus. I am an ex-OnePlus One user and was extremely happy with the device. My issue was with them paying Robert Downey Jr, yet 'saving money' on the certification. I know even Samsung doesn't provide warranty for their IP-certified devices if they break due to water damage.

              My point was about OEMs making some silly decisions that put them in bad light and OnePlus just randomly came to my mind. Every OEM make silly decisions with every other product they release.

              • Sony provides others with great camera sensors, yet they're at the bottom of the list of flagships when you compare cameras.
              • Samsung got rid of the headphone jack while they were considered the saviours.
              • Apple…

              …you get the point.

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                @Limboi: Well, they cant make everyone happy, can they?
                Just because they skip stuff on their devices doesnt mean they cant spend money anywhere else, i mean it makes sense, right?

                I literally paid $1200 to Apple and they include a 5w charger in the device, 64gb storage and 720p screen.
                It makes me wonder how can people take that for granted, yet call out oneplus for an ad

  •  

    Look everyone is waiting on the G5 with Gtx1060 for $1K 🤣

  • +1 vote

    Hmm with eBay UK gift card and trs, $1,136.. damn I wish it doesn't have the 1tb HDD and slightly cheaper.. 256gb ssd is enough for me

  •  

    I've been looking for a light 17" laptop for work (no gaming) and had been considering importing the LG GRAM 17 from the states. Apart from the LG still being much lighter and thinner, is the MSI GF75 better in every other way?

  •  

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/481277
    Is back. 17" in a body of 15" Cheap cheap cheap
    A model down from this post.

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