MSI GL62M 7REX - 1252CN Gaming Laptop  -  INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY SERVICE  BLACK £688.13 @ Gearbest
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MSI GL62M 7REX - 1252CN Gaming Laptop - INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY SERVICE BLACK £688.13 @ Gearbest

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Found 10th Aug
Preorder from Gearbest using Code MSI1252 thanks to Kimovil
Don`t know about VAT



Brand: MSI
Model: GL62M 7REX - 1252CN
Usage: Game
Type: Gaming Laptop


OS: Windows 10
CPU Brand: Intel
CPU Series: Core i7
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700HQ
Core: 2.8GHz,Quad Core
Caching: 6MB
Graphics Type: Graphics Card
Graphics Chipset: GTX1050Ti
Graphics Capacity: 4G
Process Technology: 14nm
Power Consumption: 45W
Threading: 8

RAM: 8GB
RAM Type: DDR4
RAM Slot Quantity: Two
External Memory: SD card up to 128GB (not included)
Hard Disk Memory: 1T
Hard Disk Interface Type: M.2
Rotational Speed: 7200R/M
Largest RAM Capacity: 32GB

WIFI: 802.11b/g/n wireless internet
Bluetooth: 4.0
WLAN Card: Yes
LAN Card: Yes

Screen size: 15.6 inch
Display Ratio: 16:9
Screen resolution: 1920 x 1080 (FHD)
Screen type: IPS

Camera type: Single camera
Front camera: 720P

SD Card Slot: Yes
USB Host: Yes 1 × USB2.0+2×USB3.0
Mini HDMI slot: Yes
RJ45 connector: Yes
3.5mm Headphone Jack: Yes
Type-C: Yes
Mini DP Port: Yes

Battery Type: 10.8V / 3834mAh, Li-ion polymer battery
Charging Time.: 3-4 hours
Standby time: 4-5 hours
AC adapter: 100-240V / 19.5V 7.7A
Skype: Supported
Youtube: Supported
Speaker: Supported
MIC: Supported

Picture format: BMP,GIF,JPEG,JPG,PNG
MS Office format: Excel,PPT,Word

Languages: Windows OS is built-in Chinese pack.
Language can be changed don`t be afraid

Charger: 1
English Manual : 1
Notebook: 1

Product size: 38.80 x 26.00 x 1.50 cm / 15.28 x 10.24 x 0.59 inches
Package size: 52.00 x 37.50 x 11.00 cm / 20.47 x 14.76 x 4.33 inches
Product weight: 2.3400 kg
Package weight: 5.0000 kg

27 Comments

Code expired

Same here is expired

Code defo expired and puts the price up to £1,003.94 weirdly lol

It works now.
Is it better to pat by paypal or credit card please?

My Experience with Gear Best has been good but i have only ordered a few cheap bits from there, The price of this laptop after code to say it has a 1050ti in it is pretty damn good, i just bought the omen 1050 from john lewis when was at £600 and am a little gutted haha. HEAT!

Code now working but price is £711.07

Amazing price for the specification.... provided you don't get stung by customs!

KEYBOARD LAYOUT? Can't see it in the description although still in bed.

I need to know if it's a Chinese keyboard. Wouldn't have a clue if it is.

Maybe ok for ordering some spring rolls
Edited by: "stephenr" 10th Aug

Graham19791 h, 6 m ago

KEYBOARD LAYOUT? Can't see it in the description although still in bed.


Hey...here's the best shot I can get from the Gearbest Youtube video. Looking at this, it seems like it is a UK qwerty keyboard.31662183-H4KIl.jpg

Would this be a good Gaming Laptop for a new to pc gaming user or would it be better for me to build my own machine?

I've always been a console user, whilst using my day-to-day laptop to run emulators and homebrew titles on my day-to-day. Recently i've wanted to get more into PC gaming, mainly to play some niche steam titles and other games which require a better graphics etc. Predominately i'll be playing fighting games (using an arcade stick), and Overwatch, Also I'll rarely be gaming on the road, ideally connect the laptop to the big screen.

Thanks

Guyver2320 m ago

Would this be a good Gaming Laptop for a new to pc gaming user or would it …Would this be a good Gaming Laptop for a new to pc gaming user or would it be better for me to build my own machine? I've always been a console user, whilst using my day-to-day laptop to run emulators and homebrew titles on my day-to-day. Recently i've wanted to get more into PC gaming, mainly to play some niche steam titles and other games which require a better graphics etc. Predominately i'll be playing fighting games (using an arcade stick), and Overwatch, Also I'll rarely be gaming on the road, ideally connect the laptop to the big screen.Thanks


Much better to build your own as it's upgradable - look at a Ryzen 3 1200 or Ryzen 5 1600 on a B350 motherboard (will OC with boxed cooler to atleast 3.8 GHz) with a Geforce 1060.
Edited by: "Gormond" 10th Aug

Wow, looks a beast and didn't even know Gearbest sold laptops - well - not the big names, anyway. Will watch this thread, I know someone who's looking out for a laptop

Swap the HDD for an SSD and you're sorted.

jonspurs1 h, 47 m ago

Swap the HDD for an SSD and you're sorted.


Fairly certain there will be an empty M.2 slot so you could add an SSD (SATA/NVMe) and keep the original drive for large games and media files.

Gormond2 h, 4 m ago

Much better to build your own as it's upgradable - look at a Ryzen 3 1200 …Much better to build your own as it's upgradable - look at a Ryzen 3 1200 or Ryzen 5 1600 on a B350 motherboard (will OC with boxed cooler to atleast 3.8 GHz) with a Geforce 1060.


Completely agree with this. The only advantage of a gaming laptop is the portability. Worth looking at the steam link if you want to play on a big-screen with a controller. Good call to go for PC gaming (as well as console)

Gormond5 h, 9 m ago

Much better to build your own as it's upgradable - look at a Ryzen 3 1200 …Much better to build your own as it's upgradable - look at a Ryzen 3 1200 or Ryzen 5 1600 on a B350 motherboard (will OC with boxed cooler to atleast 3.8 GHz) with a Geforce 1060.


Thanks a bunch, i'll definitely have a look at the Ryzen 5 1600.. Ideally looking to have all parts and something built by Xmas. Gonna be interesting to say the least, being my first time buiding something lol.

Do you guys have any recommendations on the steps I should take i.e. do you buy the case last? do you start off with buying the processor and motherboard etc

Guyver2310 m ago

Thanks a bunch, i'll definitely have a look at the Ryzen 5 1600.. Ideally …Thanks a bunch, i'll definitely have a look at the Ryzen 5 1600.. Ideally looking to have all parts and something built by Xmas. Gonna be interesting to say the least, being my first time buiding something lol.Do you guys have any recommendations on the steps I should take i.e. do you buy the case last? do you start off with buying the processor and motherboard etc


You choose the motherboard to suit the processor. Ryzen for example, you need a motherboard with an AM4 socket - the B350 chipset is best value as it allows overclocking.

Case doesn't really matter, as long it supports the size of the motherboard.

The standard motherboard size is Micro-ATX (usually the cheapest), if you want larger go full ATX and if you want smaller go Mini-ITX.

Plenty of videos on YouTube of Ryzen builds - worth watching some.

Can I suggest not to get AMD CPUs / motherboards...they've been unreliable in my personal experience compared to Intel CPUs / motherboards.
Edited by: "jonspurs" 10th Aug

jonspurs22 h, 40 m ago

Can I suggest not to get AMD CPUs / motherboards...they've been unreliable …Can I suggest not to get AMD CPUs / motherboards...they've been unreliable in my personal experience compared to Intel CPUs / motherboards.


Wow that is just not true, AMD Ryzen is just as reliable as Intel Core ix.

I'm getting £764.59? Someone help please

PatonCavaney7 h, 54 m ago

I'm getting £764.59? Someone help please

Same here. Currency fluctuations or are they changing the price/deal?

It's my last possible day to return my unopened Dell 7000 I got on Prime day for £700 and wondering whether to go for this..?
amazon.co.uk/dp/…3N4

Any help?
Would prefer an i7 for video editing.
Edited by: "Clunton" 12th Aug

Also, VAT is a bit of a worry. Anybody have any experience ordering from their Chinese warehouse?

Unknown Keyboard layout, chinese Windows 10 and customs/duty charges might not make this the bargain it should be.

Gormond11th Aug

Wow that is just not true, AMD Ryzen is just as reliable as Intel Core ix.


Hi,
I hope these newer CPU / mobos are as reliable as Intel. I'm just speaking from my personal experience - my own AMD laptop had overheating issues and had to throttle it myself, where I work I've have had issues with AMD-based machines blowing their capacitors, and everything Intel-based (which are older than the AMD-based PCs) have been reliable.

These newer AMDs are probably fine. But I've been bitten too many times, so I'm staying away. Just thought I'd share.

jonspurs30 m ago

Hi,I hope these newer CPU / mobos are as reliable as Intel. I'm just …Hi,I hope these newer CPU / mobos are as reliable as Intel. I'm just speaking from my personal experience - my own AMD laptop had overheating issues and had to throttle it myself, where I work I've have had issues with AMD-based machines blowing their capacitors, and everything Intel-based (which are older than the AMD-based PCs) have been reliable.These newer AMDs are probably fine. But I've been bitten too many times, so I'm staying away. Just thought I'd share.


AMD motherboards are manufactured by the same people who make Intel boards... (Gigabyte, Asus, MSI...) So if you have an issue with failures it's either unlucky or using a cheap MB.

Did anyone else get this at the OP price, as I did at £684 yesterday. Gearbest are now claiming I live in a remote area, and therefore have to pay shipping surcharges, which DHL state my postcode is not on their Remote Delivery schedule. Just wondering if this is normal business practise? Doubtful I will go ahead with the added risk of 15% import tax on top of all fees.
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