Notebook build quality is solid and stiff, just like what I expect on the high end system, with alloy LCD lid/Cover and body. The keyboard tray has barely any flex to it, very different from the MSI Stealth Pro that I have, albeit the Stealth Pro was much cheaper (GTX1060). I absolutely love that clicky sound, and tactile feel from the mechanical KB. The KB is not a full depth Corsair KB (K70) that some of my friends have, but I like the Triton 700 KB more than any low profile notebooks' (including the Stealth Pro) that I have had over the years. I do wish that that there’s some texture on the WASD keys... I am really impressed with what this beast can do. Oh, and if you like to game, buy yourself a decent mouse. I am eyeing a Corsair M65 to replace my current mouse. Maybe my wife will see this review, and surprise me again.
The Triton 700 has ridiculous specs and an eye-popping price tag to match, but it does have a few issues. The touchpad was designed with form over function in mind, and there's a few concerns with the Dolby Atmos as well. Regardless, this is still a very good machine with a fast display and crazy power all packed into an impressively small form factor.