MSI Mega Book M670 out

Posted on Thursday, Nov 02 2006 @ 09:56 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
MSI is introducing a new high-performance wide-screen 15.4-inch notebook featuring the AMD Turion64 X2 architecture – MSI MEGA Book M670. The Turion64 X2 is AMD’s latest generation of highly efficient 64-bit dual core platform, which fully supports all 64-bit software applications available, including Microsoft Vista.

Built-In Numeric Key Pad
MSI MEGA Book M670 is equipped with a full-size keyboard and a numeric key pad. This makes the MSI notebook the best choice for professionals in accounting, finance, and banking.

Advanced Design for Energy Efficiency and Quiet Operation
MSI MEGA Book M670 is equipped with a revolutionary heat dissipation technology, MSI’s exclusive ACS (Advanced Cooling System). It enhances dissipation of heat inside the chassis. When further coupled with ventilation holes and heat exchange conduction medium, ACS is capable of maintaining low operating temperature for extended operation. This way there is little need for the cooling fan, significantly reducing noise and conserving power at the same time.

DualView Dual-Screen Functionality
MSI MEGA Book M670 provides the DualView dual screen function. DualView supports video output to both the LCD screen and another externally connected display device such as projector or monitor. Refresh rates, resolution, and color quality of these devices can be adjusted separately and independently, while running separate software applications.

High-Quality, All-Around, Wireless Living Space
The MSI MEGA Book M670 provides dual 802.11 b / g wireless networking standards. In addition, to create a high quality digital living space, the MSI MEGA Book M670 also offers Bluetooth wireless transmission capability. Other mobile devices such as handset, PDA, earphones, GPS can all now get connected to your computer without the clutter of cables.


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Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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