MSI has chosen to take the time and revise a member of their Classic notebook line-up. The CR420 has been introduced with a whole suite of new features, and with its 14-inch display, we can see this one definitely piquing the interest of someone in the notebook market, searching out their next purchase. But, most noteworthy of all, is the inclusion of Intel's Wireless Display, or WiDi.
MSI has unveiled the latest version of its WindBox nettop PC, the MSI WindBox III. Unlike Atom-based nettops, the WindBox III uses an Intel Core 2 Duo paired with the GS45 Express chipset, and is capable of up to 1080p HD video with an HDMI output. However it also manages to be fanless, and is still slender enough to be fixed behind your LCD display using the VESA mount.
Not a day goes by that a product gets announced, in some capacity or another, but is still missing plenty of the important details. For example, here we have the MSI FX400, the smaller sibling to the previously announced FX600 entertainment juggernaut, which has plenty of its own features to attract customers. However, it is missing that one, crucial tid-bit of information: the price.
MSI has delivered a new batch of official WindPad U100 tablet images, ahead of the slate's (second) launch at IFA 2010 next month. First shown at Computex, the WindPad 100 runs an Intel Atom Z530 processor paired with a 10.1-inch touchscreen display, 2GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD for storage.
There are plenty of options for folks who want a computer now-a-days. You can have the traditional monitor and tower, or if you're short on space, you can cram it all into one, and get yourself an aptly named "all-in-one" system. For example, you can get your hands on the MSI Wind Top AE2280 right now, if you are so inclined. And while it may look like a standard AiO solution for your home or office, it's hiding something underneath the hood that may just sway your fence-sitting decision.
MSI has outed a pair of new 15.6-inch notebooks, the P600 and S6000, each packing 2.66GHz Intel Core i5-450M processors, Intel GMA HD graphics and 4GB of DDR3 memory. The main difference between the two is the battery: MSI give the P600 an 8-cell pack as standard, while the S6000 gets a smaller 4-cell battery. The company reckons the P600 can last for up to 8hrs.
MSI is getting ready to unleash a bevy of "fashionable" notebooks onto the world, and they've decided to start it all off with their FX600. The new line-up of notebooks is ready to set up a nice lineage of F-Series of notebooks. They will be built around Intel's Core i3/i5 processors, and they meant not so much for the portability of a notebook, but the entertainment value while they're sitting on your desk.