MSI debuts new notebooks at Computex 2011 including G, C, X, and F series machines

MSI has offered up several new notebooks at Computex 2011 today that include the new G Series machines aimed at the mobile gamer. The series includes the GT780, GT683, and GE620 models. They all use the Intel second gen Core i7 processors. The GT780 and GT683 both have 16GB of DDR3 RAM and use the newly announced GTX 560M GPU from NVIDIA. The 780 and 683 are also both RAID capable and have lots more features like backlit keyboards.

The GT780 has a 17.3-inch screen and the GT683 has a 15.6-inch screen. The notebooks also have USB 3.0, 720p webcams and more. MSI has also unveiled the C Series notebooks with the 15.6-inch CX670 and CX640 along with the 14-inch CX480. The 480 and 640 both use Intel Core processors and GT 520M GPUs. The 670 uses the new generation AMD platform. The machines all have SRS PC Sound and powerful multimedia capability.

The X Series includes the 13.4-inch X370 weighing in at 1.4kg and the 14-inch X460 that weighs 1.9kg. Both are under an inch thick and the 370 uses the AMD dual-core E-350 CPU while the X460 uses Intel Core i7 processors. The F Series has the 15.6-inch FX620DX and the FX420 with a 14-inch screen. Both use the Intel Core line of processors and have some sort of MSI raised totem seal coating. They are aimed at the mobile user on the go.