MSI announced that it is updating its Classic-Series and Gaming-Series ranges. The new models will incorporate the latest Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.
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Intel’s new processors allow MSI’s upcoming notebooks to outperform their predecessors by a minimum of 30%.
The CR420, CR620, and CR720 Classic-Series notebooks have LED screens ranging from 14 to 17.3-inches in size. They are designed for all-round performance, with Intel Core i5 Duo processors providing the grunt.
MSI’s GX640 and GX740 Gaming-Series notebooks are powered by Intel Core i7 Duo Core processors and ATi’s Mobility Radeon HD 3D discrete graphics cards, supporting DirectX 11. The combination helps to deliver rich, vibrant colours and impressive detail on the high definition screens.
In addition, the GX640 and GX740 notebooks make use of the cutting edge Turbo Boost technology, which distributes system resources efficiently using Intel® Hyper-Threading technology.
Smart Cache and the Graphics Media Accelerator HD technology also boosts performance of multimedia image accessing and operations, while the GX740’s five speakers and digital 7.1 optical output provides surround sound options.
The MSI GX640 and GX740 notebooks will be available in the UK from March 2010. Prices will start from £999. Details on the Classic-Series are to follow.