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MSI and ROCCAT Studios Offer Shiny New Gaming Gear

Posted Nov 01, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

MSI and ROCCAT Studios Offer Shiny New Gaming Gear

It might be early to think about Christmas, but with new game gadgetries on the way, it's hard not get a head start on your list. Especially when MSI and ROCCAT Studios are duking it out this holiday season by offering gamers some slick new toys.

MSI plans to wow the gaming public with its new ultra-slim gaming laptop. The GT80 Titan is 17% thinner and 22% lighter than its closest competitor and has an enhanced SteelSeries Engine with CloudSync that lets you save your settings to the cloud. The 18 inch machine also features Cherry Brown MX switches.

“Performance is key for gamers and the GT80 Titan will forever change the mobile gaming experience,” says Andy Tung, president of MSI Pan America.  “We are proud to be at the forefront of the gaming evolution and will continue to provide solutions that deliver the most outstanding gaming experience in the world.”

The For more info about the GT80 Titan, check out MSI's official website.

Of course if you're not looking for a whole new machine, you can upgrade your keyboard with ROCCAT's new Ryos keyboard made-to-order for eSports. The Ryos TKL Pro gaming keyboard has been tested by scads of professional gamers including HyuN, the number one StarCraft II player in the world.

"I'm in it to win it, so you'll never see us put gear in our eSports team's hands that don't give them an edge,” says René Korte, CEO and founder of ROCCAT Studios.  “Team ROCCAT uses the Ryos TKL in competition because it optimizes their play. They have to demonstrate the talent, we have to provide the quality tested gear to help them show that talent. From HyuN to our League of Legends Jungler Jankos and the rest of our amazing team, the Ryos TKL gives them that tool, and now our fans can have it too."

The Ryos TKL Pro is available now for $139.99. For more info about it, check out ROCCAT Studios' official website.

Neilie Johnson / Neilie Johnson / Neilie Johnson is a freelance contributor to She's been writing about games since 2005, developing games since 2002, and playing them since the dawn of time. OK not really, but she's pretty sure she's got controllers older than you. Witness her game-related OCD on Twitter @bmunchausen.

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