In pace with the growth of the gaming laptop market and major brands releasing more types of products due to the competition, MSI took an early start on the market. Releasing many product lines after 2011, today MSI already had 4 main gaming notebook segmentations, from low-end to high-end, respectively: GP, GE, GS and GT. Differing by design and positioning, its gaming laptops offer a much richer choice comparing to the company’s competitors. Performing at the highest level GT series, the first model was a 17-inch GT72, designed at the end of the last year, which was then first followed by an introduction GT80 18-inch featuring Cherry mechanical keyboard, with an SLI high-efficiency models created just a year after GT72. Recently MSI introduced a GT72S refresh, with a strengthening improvement becoming GT72S 6QF Dominator Pro, this time we tested the GT72S Dragon Edition of 29th year Anniversary model, compared general GT72 or GT72S Series models are black and consist of different exterior designs. The top of the notebook A side, same as GT72, has a car shape appearance. Brush metal and aesthetic lines with a laser dragon engraving are certain angles really dragon-looking. After turning the machine on, dragon’s right eye glows LED-white. Moreover, the word “msi” is without lightening. In addition to MSI 29 Anniversary Edition, there is a carton sleeve included in the bundle, which differentiates this notebook from others. Looking back into 2003 and MSI overclocking motherboard, 2006 and MSI netbooks and GX600 notebook. Hard to believe how fast the time flies. Recent years MSI has a solid share on the high-end gaming notebooks market. GT72S 6QF Dominator Pro accessories include CD drivers, Quick Start Guide, Product Features Guide, special MSI mouse with a 2-year warranty, keychain with a dragon doll, 230W adapter and a power cable. GT72S backpack is of the same style GT72 or GT80, though its vacuum package is significantly reduced in size due to its special design. The backpack’s main color is black, with a dragon-like red line on the front side. Underneath is the same as GT72. It is a laminar casing area with red ventilation outlets. There is a GT72S built-in non-removable battery, 9-Cell Lithium-Ion with the power of 83wHr. 2.1 Subwoofer System is based around the surface while an XBS bass is located at the bottom right red area. B-side goes with a FHD (1920×1080) non-glare 17.3” display which comforts your eyes while using in a long time. Support NVIDIA G-SYNC up to 75Hz refresh rate and over 72%NTSC color gamut IPS panel. The webcam at the top of the screen is capable of 1080p at 30FPS. Built-in microphones are on both sides with digital mic support. C-side: the palm rest part below the keyboard for the user’s hands designed with special glasses, this feels plastic and easy to attach more finger prints; there is a room for improvement. The difference of GT72S’ special edition is a unique image of the MSI Gaming dragon, which contributes as a greater visual effect. Other C side parts represent an excellent shell texture due to a matte metal design. The dot-hole row above the keyboard, from the left to the right, contains Sound by Dynaudio speakers from Denmark. SteelSeries keyboard consists of 3 lighting zones providing a rich choice of full color selection switch through SteelSeries Engine.