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    Thoughts on top of the line gaming laptops selling in Bangladesh? If Lamborghinis and Ferraris sell in cars, why not MSIs and Alienwares for laptops?
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    If these laptops come in Bangladesh with good pricing then of course they can gradually take a big portion of the high end laptop market. But the problem of Bangladesh is pricing. Alienware came in BD years back but as far i remember price wasn't quite good.

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    I would rather advise not to go for gaming laptop. I personally had one and believe me it becomes out dated very quickly. One of the main objective of laptops are portability and cool operation. Gaming laptop suffers on both occasions.

    If gamin is the main purpose then go for desktops. Otherwise you can go for laptops that has descent graphics card built in to meet up casual gaming requirement.

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    ^LOL dude in case u didnt see he's saying he is MSI India official. But I dont understand how he can stay in Taipei Taiwan :O
    He doesnt want suggestion. He wants to see whether or not MSI can have a market here in BD. MSI recently concentrating in gaming laptop business if you watch CES14

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    He is located in Taipei but he covers Indian business segment. Nothing to be confused about here

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhyansy View Post
    Thoughts on top of the line gaming laptops selling in Bangladesh? If Lamborghinis and Ferraris sell in cars, why not MSIs and Alienwares for laptops?
    Financial situations of Bangladesh is highly not favorable to gaming laptops.
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    1st of all i want to say BD will not have a big gaming laptop market as india, but she has some.
    I watch some fb pc buy/sell groups. couple of years back i watched a few people searching for gaming laptops. but now i see that people are more into gaming laptops when buying expensive 500$-800$ laptops. in some fb groups you can see that at least 10-20 people are eager to buy new gaming laptops everyday (and there are many more who are not posting in fb u can understand).
    So i think if a company provides good gaming laptops at 600$-1200$ (50000-100000) BDT it will secure a big market eventually.

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    Yeah I think it will sell if proper pricing is in place. If a $1200 laptop costs $2000, then people wont buy it, except for 3 or 4 uber rich people trust me, there are many in Bangladesh

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    people are buying MacBooks here in bd so i don't see why high end laptops won't sell

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    I rather spend the money on a very high end GPU and CPU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Ryu View Post
    people are buying MacBooks here in bd so i don't see why high end laptops won't sell
    Most people buying macbooks are not looking for gaming. They are either caught up in apple world or just looking to be part of the "apple is cool" cult.

    Also, you have to understand that gaming laptop, a niche itself, sells in developed countries because of students. They have to go live in dorms and cant move around with a desktop. We do not have that situation in BD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    They are either caught up in apple world or just looking to be part of the "apple is cool" cult.
    +1
    Was thinking the same.
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    thik nai bhai BD te onek poisa wala ase

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-addict View Post
    I would rather advise not to go for gaming laptop. I personally had one and believe me it becomes out dated very quickly. One of the main objective of laptops are portability and cool operation. Gaming laptop suffers on both occasions.

    If gamin is the main purpose then go for desktops. Otherwise you can go for laptops that has descent graphics card built in to meet up casual gaming requirement.
    totally agreed.

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    Thank you so much for the feedback, whether it be positive or negative, MSI knows that it is very difficult to bring something to the table if it's just catering to the niche market, the premium gaming notebooks market.
    As some of you are already informed about our offerings, it ranges from ultra gaming (GT70, US$1,800-2,400), mid-gaming (GS70 & GE60, US$1,200-1,900), and low-end gaming (GP60, US$900-1,100).
    MSI is in the midst of introducing these lines in BD, but is currently finding channels to extend our reach there.
    It will be great to hear more feedback on who to approach there, those that is catering to niche gaming market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhyansy View Post
    It will be great to hear more feedback on who to approach there, those that is catering to niche gaming market.
    1) UCC
    2) Computer Source Ltd.

    ^ both imports high-end MSI products.

    Most of us here buys High-End MSI GPUs from UCC.
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