MSI GE73VR 7RF-263 Raider 17.3-inch Gaming Laptop

AED 9,448.95
AED 9448.95
Key Features
  • Windows 10 Home
  • 7th Gen. Intel Core i7 7700HQ 2.8 GHz processor
  • GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5
  • 17.3-inches Full HD (1920x1080)
  • Windows 10

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The 17.3-inch, 1080p display on the Raider is extremely colorful, but not as bright as competitors'. It's far from unusably dim, though, and when I watched the trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, Hela's emerald-green cape was the perfect shade, and Loki's blue eyes shined bright during a mischievous smile. Some colors, like Thor's bright-red cape, appeared oversaturated. When I played Star Wars Battlefront, I could make out small details, like rocks and sticks in the muddy forests of Endor, and the fabric in Emperor Palpatine's cape waved behind him as he hovered over the surface. But the blacks were a bit too dark, making it hard to see the creases in the cape.

Keyboard and Touchpad
MSI's partnership with SteelSeries has generally been a winning combination. But even with 1.9 millimeters of travel and 76 grams of required force to press, the Raider has keys that feel loose and don't have any punch. I wish they resisted me a little more for that clicky feeling I love so much. On the typing test, I reached 102 words per minute, below my usual 107 wpm, with an error rate of 4 percent (double my usual 2 percent).

The Raider's two speakers and two woofers pack one heck of a punch. When I listened to Ellie Goulding's "Burn," our midsize conference room was filled to the brim with clear vocals, deep bass and blasting synthesizers and drums.

Gaming, Graphics, and VR
The Raider's GTX 1070 GPU with 8GB of VRAM should tackle any game you throw at it, and will also power immersive VR experiences. I played Star Wars Battlefront at 1080p on ultra settings. As Emperor Palpatine, I stormed through Endor, leading a pack of stormtroopers and shooting Force lightning at rebel soldiers at a smooth 135 frames per second (fps).

Between the Raider's 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB M.2 SATA SSD and 1TB, 7,200-rpm HDD, it's no surprise that the Raider can handle everyday tasks with ease. I had 30 tabs open in Google Chrome, one of which was streaming a 1080p episode of Last Week Tonight, without the laptop even breaking a sweat.

Battery Life
Unsurprisingly, the Raider is a real battery hog. It lasted 3 hours and 57 minutes on the Laptop Mag Battery Test, which browses the web continuously over Wi-Fi. The desktop-replacement average is longer at 4:14, but other gaming notebooks fared even worse. The ROG endured for 3:53, the Legion ran for 3:02 and the Alienware petered out after 2:46.

The Raider doesn't get too hot under the collar during everyday use. After streaming 15 minutes of HD video from YouTube, the touchpad measured 77 degrees Fahrenheit, the center of the keyboard reached 87 degrees and the bottom hit 92 degrees. All of these numbers fall within our 95-degree comfort threshold.


1 Year
Audio Video Graphics Processor
GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5
Physical Weight
Display Max Resolution
1920 x 1080
Processor CPU
2.8 GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ
Memory Internal Memory
Physical Dimensions
11.2 x 16.5 x 1.1 inches
Memory Ram
General OS
Windows 10
Display Size
17.3-inch FHD