First there were laptops, then netbooks, now MSI is launching its Wind Neton that they describe as a nettop. All three have a thickness of 35mm and will feature Atom dual-core processors, Windows XP/Vista, and options of touchscreen, remote, and Blu-ray. The M-16 has a 15.6-inch screen (1366x768) and will be out in February with a price of $400.00. The M-19, with its 18.5-inch screen (1366x768) debuts in January with a $500.00 tag and the M-22 (1920x1080) with a 22-inch screen will come out in March with a MSRP of $799.00.
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MSI has come up with the planet’s first Turbo Battery run notebook. The GX600-08 automatically follows its processor by adjusting the programs in use and stopping or lowering parts that aren’t running. Their exclusive Turbo Drive Engine technology not only saves energy by lengthening battery life but increases the computer’s speed up to 20% with the push of a button. It also features a 15.4-inch LCD monitor, an NVIDIA Geforce 8600M GT 3D graphic card, and an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Designed with gamers in mind, even the design looks racy.
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MSI has released the GX-600, a new gaming notebook with a Turbo Drive engine. It features an Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile Processor, Windows Vista Home Premium, Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT graphics, an HDMI interface, a 1.3 mp webcam, and Dolby 5.1 audio. The company claims that you can pick up your CPU speed by up to 20% with the Turbo keyboard button. With a boot time of about 40 seconds, you can be firing away before the baddies know you have arrived. The GX600 will be available in both Extreme and Performance models.
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