At GDC 2015, MSI new laptop: the WT73 Workstation. With this laptop, MSI aims to bring a new flagship workstation machine to the table. MSI hasn’t finalized the product specifications yet, but hopes to do so over the coming weeks. Inside the laptop, you will find an Intel Core i7-4720HQ processor and Nvidia Quadro graphics. The graphics options are the Quadro K2200M with a 2 GB frame buffer, or K3100M or K4100M, both of which come with a 4 GB frame buffer. The choice for Quadro graphics is simple: they may cost a fair tad more than consumer gaming graphics parts, but they address a completely different audience — mainly, content creators who need all the power they can get. And these chips work much better for various content creation tasks, including image manipulation and 3D modelling. The laptop comes in a 17.4″ format, with the display being a full-HD type. The panel is non-glossy, and MSI did not reveal whether it is an IPS panel or not. The way we see it, the display market is in a bit of an unfortunate place, because as it stands right now, the laptop makers have nowhere to turn to if they want a better 17.3″ panel, simply because higher resolution, higher quality 17.3″ panels are hardly ever made. Fortunately, MSI’s new laptop is capable of being connected to up to three external displays.