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MSI Shows Off X-Slim Notebooks

We already caught a glimpse of MSI's design-orientated X320 but it seems MSI didn't want that system getting lonely so has added two more notebooks to the X-slim range. We can but hope that the X340 and X600 won't be exclusive to China, where they were shown off.

The X340 packs a 13.4in screen, with a 15.6in model making its way into the X600 - both with 16:9 aspect ratios. Elsewhere HDMI-outputs are found on both the X340 and X600 while the inclusion of eSATA on the latter should prove beneficial to some users.

Apparently both notebooks will be Centrino-2 based. That's pretty impressive given the aggressive suggested pricing of $699 to $999 for the X340, although clearly not outside the remit of possibility. Atom-based systems such as Dell's Mini 12 will certainly be given a run for their money by the launch of a 'real' laptop at a similar price and form factor.

Link:

Engadget.

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Jonas

February 25, 2009, 8:49 pm

Well that does not look anything like the unibody Macbooks;)

mr dog

February 26, 2009, 1:40 pm

any idea what those price points translate into when dealing in pounds or euros? i just got laid off and i am sure a lovely new netbook will make all the difference when pimping my CV

Ed

February 26, 2009, 1:54 pm

Seriously? You just got laid off so you're thinking of spending hundreds of pounds because you think that will help? Okay...





No real clue on what the prices will translate to beyond looking at the current exchange rates, I'm afraid.

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