MSI GL62M 7RDX - 5, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive & 256Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with GeForce GTX1050 2Gb Graphics - £799.99 @ Very (£643.99 with 20% off code)
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MSI GL62M 7RDX - 5, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive & 256Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with GeForce GTX1050 2Gb Graphics - £799.99 @ Very (£643.99 with 20% off code)

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LocalFound 14th Dec 2017
Enter code: MFKTR to get the 20% off.

Deal ends at 9pm tonight.


This is a really good deal on an MSI laptop. Please read carefully.

Currently £799.99. If you take 12 months buy now pay later then the above 20% code works bring price down to £643.99. The code runs out tonight at 9pm.

I have never had a problem with these Very/Littlewood codes.

Everything happens fast with the MSI GL62M 7RDX Gaming Laptop.

Thanks to the combination of an Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ processor and 8Gb RAM, including streaming, downloads and esports gaming action. Dedicated nVidia GeForce GTX1050 2Gb graphics let you play your favourite games in full 1080p quality – perfect for showcasing your skills.

The 15.6 inch display features a full HD (1920x1080) resolution for stunningly detailed and colourful images. You can also enjoy immersive 3D sound with Nahimic technology that ensures every sonic detail is especially calculated and designed for professional gamers.

Enjoy 4K video playback with HDR visual quality – the 3D performance of GeForce GTX 1050 has improved by more than 30% when compared with previous generation graphics for a better gaming experience.

A 256Gb Solid State Drive ensures a super-fast boot-up every time, while the 1Tb (1000Gb) hard drive provides lots of storage space.

Cooler Boost Technology boosts the airflow so no matter how intense a game or work gets, your laptop will always stay cool. You can also switch between different profiles to either push your system to the extreme or extend the battery life.

The USB 3.0 Type-C SuperSpeed transfer mode supports up to 5Gbps transfer speed, 10x faster than the standard USB 2.0. It features a compact port-design with reversible plug.

The elegant brushed aluminium chassis features a backlit keyboard with 1.9mm of key travel for better responsive and tactile feedback, an optimum WASD zone and anti-ghosting capability for up to 45 keys.

The golden flash audio jack provides stable sound transmission and works in conjunction with the optimized headsets AMP design, with low noise and low distortion characteristics, to greatly enhance headphone performance and faithfully reproduce each acoustic detail.
  • Depth: 29 MM
  • Display Size: 15.6in
  • Dongle Required: N
  • Intel® Core™ Kabylake i5-7300HQ
  • 8GB RAM DDR4
  • 256GB SSD & 1TB HDD
  • GeForce® GTX 1050, 2GB
  • 15.6 inch screen
  • Windows 10
  • 1x Type-C USB3.0, 2x Type-A USB3.0, 1x Type-A USB2.0
  • 4 hour battery life
  • Red Backlit SteelSeries Keyboard
  • Nahimic 2+
  • Graphics: GeForce® GTX 1050, 2GB GDDR5
  • Hard Drive Storage: 1 Tb
  • Height: 260 MM
  • Processor: Kabylake i5-7300HQ+HM175
  • RAM Memory: 8 GB
  • Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Screen Type: LCD
  • Touch Screen: N
  • Width: 383 MM
  • Wifi Enabled: Y
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Well i won't bother posting it now then. After i asked the technical experts their reviews on the other thread, for a comparison to the HP.
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sim119 m ago

Well i won't bother posting it now then. After i asked the technical …Well i won't bother posting it now then. After i asked the technical experts their reviews on the other thread, for a comparison to the HP.


Just had a look at the HP one. I think the screen on that one is 4K this one isn't. However you do get a larger capacity SSD. Both are very good machines.
Tempting.......... I had a 18” Alienware with a i7 4700MQ Processor and regretted selling it, this isn’t quiet as good but isn’t anywhere near as expensive either..... should I? Heat definitely being added this is a bargain in my opinion. Also a quick search and I found Ebuyer.com are doing this laptop for a reasonable £699.99 BUT doesn’t include a 256Gb SSD which makes this deal even hotter.
Heat added.......
kamy1003 m ago

Just had a look at the HP one. I think the screen on that one is 4K this …Just had a look at the HP one. I think the screen on that one is 4K this one isn't. However you do get a larger capacity SSD. Both are very good machines.


Torn and not much time to decide, other than really begrudge buying a HP after the way they behaved on my last order with them
I would say most likely a good laptop, good price. I have an MSI that is only slightly lower speced from the box, but I've added memory and a faster WI-FI card, and a WD Black so I would agree things do happen quickly. The screen I have is IPS, it's good. Though I believe some prefer TN. Check before you buy









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kamy1001 h, 22 m ago

Just had a look at the HP one. I think the screen on that one is 4K this …Just had a look at the HP one. I think the screen on that one is 4K this one isn't. However you do get a larger capacity SSD. Both are very good machines.


I don't think so. I think it is full HD only. Personally for me, laptop should be 1050ti 4gb at least. The best is 1060..and I don't think 1070 justify Amy of the price since at that price point it is better to get a laptop of mx150+desktop of 1060/1070 or rx 580
That's what I've done got a desktop i5 6600k with 1060 plus 2 msi laptops from Ebuyer for £599 with the MX150 1TB HD & 250gb ssd's, that'll be fine for gaming on for the next 3 years or so coupled with the desktop for anything heavier.
Edited by: "Rich44" 14th Dec 2017
Still expensive
No SSD?
***Rich44 'laptops will never be cheaper than desktops', write it down 500 times***

How are you going to take a desktop to a LAN party, for example?
SSD is an expensive way to store games
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