- Tram Ho
Following the Alpha 15 senior launched last year, MSI this time brought the Bravo 15 to users who need games but want a reasonable price from the red team.
The design of MSI Bravo 15 has some remarkable points compared to the previous Alpha model, especially the part of the logo that has been engraved directly on Face A, creating a stronger and more polished look than the blue pattern affixed to the previous day.
Lei Dieu logo is very impressive, I personally prefer this image to the boring MSI word for years on the front of the device. At least it creates new features and when brought outside sitting in a cafe, it also makes a certain attention.
Apart from the logo, the A side of the device is quite simple, few beveled cut points. Thankfully, MSI chooses the type of metal milling so it also compensates for the “cool” and “cool” for the product.
Overall the machine is a fairly square block, few cutting lines. The thing that you can see the most cut in and bunker for is probably this part of the heat sink. According to MSI, the body has 6 copper pipes and 2 fans to cool both the CPU and GPU.
As a gaming laptop, but Bravo 15 still has a modest weight, only 1.86 kg and accompanied by a thickness of only about 2.1 cm so its mobility is very high, carrying every day. No worry too heavy or bulky.
The screen size of 15 inches is just enough for a casual gamer, besides the sides are also made very thin so it helps the overall machine as well as create a “cool” visual effect.
The screen has Full HD resolution with IPS panel for quite wide viewing angle, covered with anti-glare coating so you can comfortably play in many different lighting conditions. However, there is a point that users should note that this Bravo 15 only has a 60 Hz refresh rate, for “hardcore” gamers it is difficult to accept, but for general level this is absolutely not a problem. big deal.
Black keyboard with red LED backlight is the main highlight on the inside of the device. The layout of the keys is made quite large, increasing the contact area and avoiding being mistakenly pressed while in combat. The trackpad felt a little rickety when clicked, but probably probably did not matter because gamers always follow me late when the mouse leaves everywhere.
It’s been a long time since Intel’s blue team has been dominating in terms of performance, until AMD’s new Ryzen lines have improved and proved their “inadequate” ability to make opponents stand still. Equipped with Ryzen 4600H processor (6 cores 12 threads) process 7nm Zen 2 architecture, combined with Radeon RX 5300M GPU, can say Bravo 15 is a laptop with “full AMD” power that promises to bring brand performance. Good performance and the best price.
The configuration version in Vietnam is only different in size, when the cheapest version is 256GB NVMe PCIe SSD and the higher version is 512GB.
MSI says the device has a Battery Master part in Dragon Center software, where users can choose the type of charger to optimize the battery best, avoiding battery bottlenecks. For example, Balanced mode will charge when the battery is below 70% and stop when it reaches 80%, while Best For Battery will charge when the battery is below 50% and stop at 60%. For gamers who want to carry it out and use it for a long time without wanting to plug in, the Best for Mobility option will be optimal when allowing 100% full charge.
Results Benchmark configuration with the game Final Fantasy XV, CPU and GPU temperature at about 67 degrees C:
Currently, MSI Bravo 15 is priced from VND 20,490,000. Ignoring the design elements that are not much attractive, offset the weight and good configuration from AMD, this is probably the most suitable student gaming laptop for the moment.
Source : Genk