There are different gaming laptops out there, but with the newest gaming rig from MSI, the GT72S G Tobii, players can use the eye tracking technology to play games.
MSI has just launched the GT72S G Tobii laptop, the first ever-gaming laptop that will allow its users to control the computer through the movement of their eyes. Users can control certain features of its operating system, which is Windows 10, and it gives them the ability to control game-compatible features. As a gift for gamers out there, MSI will be shipping the laptop with the action-packed “Tom Clancy’s The Divison.”
Once users have setup the Tobii eye-tracking sensor incorporated on the MSI GT72S G, they will then be able to zoom-in and out of maps; select, delete and highlight items; explore folders and applications, according to Tech Report.
The MSIGT72S G Tobii has the necessary hardware capability to provide a great gaming experience. The processing power is handled by an Intel Core i7-6820HK 6th Gen CPU with a base clock speed of 2.7GHz and a Turbo speed of 3.6 GHz. Everything can be visualized on its 17.3-inch FullHD anti-glare screen that offers 16:9 aspect ratio and with a 1920 x 1080p resolution. This is assisted by the 8 GB NVIDIA GTX 980M GPU and 32 GB of RAM. The gaming machine’s storage capacity is not compromised with its 256 GB SSD for fast loading of applications and a 1 TB hard drive for those important files.
For the true gaming experience, the MSI GT72S G Tobii comes with a SteelSeries backlit-gaming keyboard, an ESS Sabre HiFi audio DAC and a Nahimic virtual surround sound technology.
The games that are currently supported by the Tobii eye tracking technology are: “Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and Rogue,” “ArmAII and III,” “MS Flight Simulator,” “Elite: Dangerous,” “Euro Truck Simulator 2,” and “theHunter:Primal, ” just to name a few.
The MSI GT72S G Tobii is currently listed for $2,599 at Newegg.