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CES 2011: MSI shows new notebooks, AIO PCs

Written by James Delahunty @ 06 Jan 2011 9:16 User comments (1)

CES 2011: MSI shows new notebooks, AIO PCs MSI Computer Corp. has unveiled its new line-up of notebooks, all-in-one devices and components powered by Intel's next generation Sandy Bridge Platform at CES.
The company has unveiled its line of G Series and F Series notebooks. The GT780, GT680, GE620 and GR620 all come powered by second generation Intel Core i7 quad core processors and feature USB 3.0 support.

The 17.3-inch GT780 and 15.6-inch GT680 offer advanced DirectX 11-ready nVidia GeForce GTX 500 Series and 400 Series graphics cards along with Dynaudio speakers. Both incorporate MSI's Turbo Drive Engine (TDE) technology, accelerated dual SSD storage and 4 SO-DIMM DDR3 memory slots allowing for up to 16GB memory.

The 15.6-inch GR620 and GE620 are designed for casual gamers, and feature nVidia GeForce GT Series discrete graphics cards. The GT680 ships in January with a base price of $1499.99 while the GT780 follows in Q2 for an undisclosed price. No release or pricing details are available for the GR620 or GE620.

MSI's new F Series notebooks feature Intel second generation Core processors, GMA3000 display chips, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and Intel Hyper-Threading technology. MSI is showing off the 17.6 inch FX720 and FR720, and 15.6 inch FX620 and FR620 models at CES, featuring Intel Core i7 processors.

The FX420, FX620, and FX720 units include discrete graphics modes, which support DirectX 11;s high performance NVIDIA GeForce GT 500 Series discrete graphics card with 1GB DDR3 of display memory. The new F Series models are scheduled to launch in Q1 2011, priced from $699.99.

MSI also made additions to its all-in-one (AIO) PC units, showing the Wind Top AE2210 and AE2410. Both models feature a 16:9 theater-grade widescreen display and a 1080P Full HD high resolution panel. Built on Intel's newest high performance Sandy Bridge platform, online gamers won't need to upgrade in order to receive the benefits of a discrete graphics card.

The new AIOs are slated to ship in Q1 2011, with the 21.5" AE2210 starting at $799.99 and the 23.6" AE2410 starting at $899.99.

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1 user comment

17.1.2011 12:31

With all those lights on them the laptops look like they were designed by a crackhead...

Just my $0.02,


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