Expanding upon its initial showing at CeBIT last month, MSI has indicated that its two latest gaming notebooks — the 15.6-inch GT60 and 17.3-inch GT70 — come standard with Intel's Core i7-3610QM and Nvidia's GeForce GTX670M processors. Both will also include 1920 x 1080 displays, Killer Game networking cards, Dynaudio 2.1 speakers and a Steel Series-branded keyboard. In total, the range will include five SKUs, one GT60 and four unique versions of the GT70. The lone GT60 model will come with 12GB of RAM and two 500GB hard drives for a price of $1,499.99, while the GT70 will offer either 12GB or 16GB of RAM and a variety of HDD and SDD pairings starting at $1,549.99 and topping off at $1,999.99. All five models are available for order now and are expected to ship by the end of the month.