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    MSI is now offering a full-range of gaming laptops while also trying to expand more product line-up as well. As a teaser, a 13" GS60 with docking capabilities to experience unlimited power is showcased recently. What do you think about it?



    MSI demonstrates their GS30 2-in-1 desktop gaming PC/laptop
    Source: http://www.pcgamer.com/msi-demonstra...pclaptopthing/
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    better bring gamer oriented peripherals and pc in bangladesh. no mini itx motherboard available here, neither night blade or graphics card at good price. laptops are for working people and casual gamers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    better bring gamer oriented peripherals and pc in bangladesh. no mini itx motherboard available here, neither night blade or graphics card at good price. laptops are for working people and casual gamers.
    This!

    Advertising uber high end MSI laptops is kinda useless when less than 5% people in BD gets to use those. You guys should concentrate on bringing MSI GPUs which doesn't cost a ¤¤¤¤ ton due to some importers like CSL charging out of their ¤¤¤.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    This!

    Advertising uber high end MSI laptops is kinda useless when less than 5% people in BD gets to use those. You guys should concentrate on bringing MSI GPUs which doesn't cost a ¤¤¤¤ ton due to some importers like CSL charging out of their ¤¤¤.
    This!

    Very few people in BD prefer laptops like this for gaming. If you guys change your goals on becoming sellers of MSI's Mobos and GPU you will get a lot more customer than this. Just review the responses of the threads that you get in BG. No one is interested in shelling out a frackton of money on high end laptops. This mindset in BG can also be applied on the general public as well. Im not saying that the laptops are bad but people are just not interested.


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    Laptops are a feasible alternative for people who travel a lot. It's both portable and convenient to use. However, most of them are inactive on BG. Add in the sheer cost of those laptops and it's a double whammy! :X

    I agree with what codename bro said. Bring some of those gaming peripherals and sell them at a competitive price, and I will happily join the long queue of potential customers.

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    who is bringing msi products rather than ucc and computersource? Do not understand what you guys are talking about bringing msi products?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    This!

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    Yes, that's why the post was to see how BD gamers react to this type of gaming laptop product. As other countries are shifting to gaming laptops already instead of the traditional gaming pc rig, it has not been the case here seeing so many people not accepting the shift.

    May you please share with us how everyone feels here that CSL is overcharging customers?
    Am using one example, CSL (http://www.computersourcebd.com/msi/...g-4g_1963.html) is selling AMD Radeon R9 290 @BDT42,000 (US$545) which is even cheaper than buying in the US (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2453389,00.asp) @US$550.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer420 View Post
    who is bringing msi products rather than ucc and computersource? Do not understand what you guys are talking about bringing msi products?
    Actually, UCC and CSL are only authorized MSI resellers for our MB/VGA product lines. NB product lines are currently with Next Track (http://www.nexttrackbangladesh.com/) they are upcoming new partner. We got a FB page solely for this purpose of bringing in the latest gaming laptops of MSI (https://www.facebook.com/BDMSI)
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    I say mini-itx builds. It's high time we switch to smaller builds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhyansy View Post
    Yes, that's why the post was to see how BD gamers react to this type of gaming laptop product. As other countries are shifting to gaming laptops already instead of the traditional gaming pc rig, it has not been the case here seeing so many people not accepting the shift.

    May you please share with us how everyone feels here that CSL is overcharging customers?
    Am using one example, CSL (http://www.computersourcebd.com/msi/...g-4g_1963.html) is selling AMD Radeon R9 290 @BDT42,000 (US$545) which is even cheaper than buying in the US (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2453389,00.asp) @US$550.
    I hope you aren't serious. "Other countries switching to gaming laptops"

    That is because they are waaaay better off than us? Also someone who's primarily going to game all day on his machine would prefer a traditional PC over a laptop. I don't feel the need to go through this, but general lack of upgrade paths down the road/lack of adequate cooling/power would hold laptops/portables for a long time to come for gaming.

    Also the money you spend on these gaming laptops would net you a far better PC at the same price. People are looking for performance nowadays and also trying to save money wherever possible. For e.g getting a locked i5 vs a 4670k which would roughly have the same performance unless the game is seriously CPU bottlenecked like Ci5. but costing a good 6-7k less. With that amount of money you can also upgrade to a better GPU/PSU, you name it.

    On the other hand, with these gaming laptops or any portables you are locked to a single platform. No processor/GPU upgrades down the line. Also costing atleast above 60-70k for a good configuration is not possible for everyone, where they can just use the same money to get a 40k PC and still play games, or hell even a console which will do the job even better.

    Also tell me this, how many people here in BD gets to afford those 290/780? 5-10% of all the gamers? Maybe even less. The mid range cards is where the competition is at. That's why cards like GTX460/560 and AMD's 5830/5850/6850 were such a success, atleast here in BD. Students/and people like us would most definitely want to go for mid range cards starting from 12-17k, and I believe it's the majority. That is why cards like the newly announced GTX960 is such a news to us. We like to play games, but spending an arm and a leg to do that is just not possible.

    The only price decrease that was good was from UCC for the 290. They didn't even try that on the lower-mid end cards. What I'm trying to tell you is that if you can make the mid end cards more affordable to the masses, you'll have an easier time selling your products and also benefiting your customers. You are free to advertise these laptops but so few people can afford those in BD that it's just nonexistent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhyansy View Post
    May you please share with us how everyone feels here that CSL is overcharging customers?
    Am using one example, CSL (http://www.computersourcebd.com/msi/...g-4g_1963.html) is selling AMD Radeon R9 290 @BDT42,000 (US$545) which is even cheaper than buying in the US (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2453389,00.asp) @US$550.
    This is from Newegg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814202080
    This is from UCC: http://ucc-bd.com/sapphire-tri-x-r9-...5-oc-uefi.html

    If I consider the Newegg card at $300 and consider exchange rate at Tk. 80 per $1, the price comes to Tk. 24000. UCC charges Tk. 34500. Considering tax rate, customs, profits, etc etc, 10500 is a lot more. If MSI setup their own shop in BD they wont charge that high cause the price they set is the price that the higher ups in MSI have set so no need for any extra profits. That why I am saying that if you guys setup your own shop you will be able to charge prices according to the international market prices and you will get one hell of a customers base to back you up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer420 View Post
    who is bringing msi products rather than ucc and computersource? Do not understand what you guys are talking about bringing msi products?
    We know UCC and CSL are MSI retailers. What we are talking about is that MSI setup their own shop in BD, not sell through any retailers.


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    @Rawkill Nah.... BD's little market isn't so attractable considering introvert gov. policies. At least 45 percent population er income basic needs puron korar por tech er jonno invest korle.... maybe?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Ceaser View Post
    @Rawkill Nah.... BD's little market isn't so attractable considering introvert gov. policies. At least 45 percent population er income basic needs puron korar por tech er jonno invest korle.... maybe?!
    Well you gotta start somewhere might as well be this


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    We know UCC and CSL are MSI retailers. What we are talking about is that MSI setup their own shop in BD, not sell through any retailers.
    They don't do that anywhere and they won't do it in BD either. At most you can expect them imposing more restrictions on the distributors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    they don't do that anywhere and they won't do it in bd either. At most you can expect them imposing more restrictions on the distributors.
    waaaaaaaaat !!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    waaaaaaaaat !!!!!!
    Yes, no IT brands outside of Apple has vendor invested retail shop anywhere around the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    This is from Newegg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814202080
    This is from UCC: http://ucc-bd.com/sapphire-tri-x-r9-...5-oc-uefi.html

    If I consider the Newegg card at $300 and consider exchange rate at Tk. 80 per $1, the price comes to Tk. 24000. UCC charges Tk. 34500. Considering tax rate, customs, profits, etc etc, 10500 is a lot more. If MSI setup their own shop in BD they wont charge that high cause the price they set is the price that the higher ups in MSI have set so no need for any extra profits. That why I am saying that if you guys setup your own shop you will be able to charge prices according to the international market prices and you will get one hell of a customers base to back you up.
    As for controlling prices, same issue as it's not possible without so much grip like Apple does. Unless the market transparency opens, this is not something we can control without reform for the whole industry.

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    The main post goal was to see how the market acceptance is going with advancement in gaming laptop technology. There's no denying that PC gaming rig is still cheaper, but hopefully someday, this will come to change in the mindset locally.
    --- MSI Gaming Pan India Sales Representative ---

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