MSI is expected to launch its line of tablet PCs somtime in the second half of 2010. The device will be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra chip. The starting price will be $500, same as the entry level price of the recently launched Apple iPad. Certain obvious advantages the tablet will have are multi-tasking, webcam and the support for Adobe Flash. This is because it will be powered by Android and will probably run Flash 10.1.
The laptop you see above is no ordinary computer. As per the manufacturer MSI, this laptop called GT640 is the world’s most powerful notebook, and they do have some really compelling reasons to prove it. Powered by Intel Core i7, a 1GB NVIDIA Geforce GTS 250 card, 0.5 TB HDD, 4 GB DDR3 RAM and a Blu-Ray burner (not just player). It also has HDMI, eSATA, 2 MP Webcam and 7.1 channel audio.
MSI has been around for a while making low-cost netbooks and laptops. But when it came to brand value it probably couldn’t keep it’s pace, especially when compared to HP, Dell or Sony. That soon is about to change. Checkout the MSI X-Slim X320 – claimed as “the world’s lightest and slimmest 13-inch notebook“, which is now available for sale in the US from NewEgg and MWave.
Taiwan based MSI recently showed off its new line of X-Slim laptops, the 13.4 inch X340 and 15.6 inch X600. Both have HDMI outputs and are powered by Intel Centrino 2 and both looks very similar to the MacBook Pro. The X600 also sports an eSATA port in addition to two USB connections.
MSI, who can be called one of the pioneers of the Netbook saga (atleast by now), is to launch their second series of Wind netbook. It will hit the U.S. stores in the holiday season. Lets take a look at the specs: