MSI releases the first gaming laptop with Tobii eye-tracking technology built in

MSI has released its first gaming laptop with Tobii eye-tracking technology built in. Tobii's eye-tracking technology gives you the ability to control various aspects of your PC with just your eyes, so you won't need to touch your mouse or keyboard to navigate. The MSI GT72S G Tobii-805 is said to be "the world's first eye-tracking gaming laptop," and it comes equipped with a 17.3-inch Full HD display, 32GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive and a 256GB solid state drive. Powering it all is Intel's 6th generation Core i7 processor to allow for optimal performance.

Be sure to check out our previous coverage of the Tobii Eye X, and hop in the forums and discuss the technology in greater detail.

The MSI GT72S G Tobii-805 is exclusively available from Newegg for $2,599.

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13 Comments
  • I thought it was MS
  • They are releasing their first gaming laptop and it's already No. 1 in Gaming :-D O.o
  • "First gaming laptop with Tobii eye-tracking technology"
  • Now That's amazing!
  • They got way too serious! :p
  • No GPU?
  • Doesn't seem well enough equipped to be that ridiculously thick. My laptop blows this away and its less than an inch thick. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • With gtx980 graphics?
  • LOL at blows this away, mediocre ultrabook class U series processor and anaemic GPU does not count.
  • Somehow I highly doubt this.
  • Proof?  Seriously, that would surprise me. I'm not going to say that you're either ill-informed or lying because I don't have any facts either way, but I'd be thoroughly impressed if that was true.
  • Still...MSI. :-/
  • That really amazing