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Abans launches world’s No. 1 gaming laptop at Colombo City Centre

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Abans PLC, the nation’s No. 1 laptop provider, recently joined hands with MSI, a leading gaming laptop brand, to release the MSI model GL63 with RTX 2060 Graphic Card for the first time ever in Sri Lanka. The event took place in March at the Abans Signature Store – Colombo City Centre.

The chief guests at the occasion were MSI Sales Manager Mark Lee and MSI Marketing Manager Felix Pan. Dignitaries from Abans PLC including Abans Information Systems General Manager Chathura Jayawardena and Brand Manager Tilan Thennakoon were also in attendance.

At the launch party, customers were given the opportunity to explore how their favourite virtual reality (VR) games can be rendered on an MSI gaming laptop. Plus, they engaged in exciting one-on-one gaming challenges, whilst sales consultants circulated across the room to provide customers specific tips and tricks on using an MSI gaming laptop.

As a world leading gaming brand, MSI is the most trusted name in gaming and eSports. The Company stands by their principles of breakthroughs in design, the pursuit of excellence, and technological innovation. Integrating gamers’ most coveted extreme performance, realistic visuals, authentic sound, precise control and smooth streaming functions into its gaming rigs, MSI frees gamers from tedious trial and error, and pushes the gaming experience beyond its limits. 

The latest MSI GL63 gaming laptop is currently available at all Abans and Abans Elite Showrooms island wide. Also, receive up to 60 months’ interest free instalments on credit cards from leading banks as well as up to 12 months’ interest free through Abans Hire Purchase.


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