MSI debuts seven AMD Puma based notebooks

Posted on Wednesday, Jun 11 2008 @ 13:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
MSI has launched several new notebooks that use the AMD Puma platform:
MSI introduces the MSI notebook with AMD Puma Mobility
Platform, which is introduced on the 4th of June. MSI will offer a wide range of notebooks included with the new AMD Puma Mobility Platform; MSI GX630, MSI GT735, MSI PX211, MSI PX210, MSI PR311, MSI EX300, MSI EX630 and others. The MSI notebook series will be equipped with Hybrid CrossFire and without. Puma is the very first platform designed by AMD especially for notebooks; with the latest AMD Turion X2 Ultra as processor. The MSI notebooks with the new AMD platform are designed with a RX780 mobile chip, great battery life, wireless transfer and energy-saving.

Energy-Saving & Performance!
The new MSI notebooks have a great battery life and provide better overall performance which provides a strong complete package. Since MSI is focusing more and more on the environment, this energy-saving platform perfectly suits the MSI Green Technology campaign.

The latest MSI Gaming Series will all be supported by MSI Notebook's exclusive MSI‘Duo-Turbo’ technology. The MSI ‘Turbo Drive Engine’ can be used to maximize the speed so that gamers enjoy the ultimate gaming experience. With the MSI ‘Turbo Battery’ can automatically adjusts the systems workload to save power.

Realistic Visual Experience
The MSI notebooks with the AMD Puma Mobility Platform with Turion X2 Ultra Processor and integrated RX780 Mobile chip will provide great visual experience. MSI included discrete graphics to provide Hybrid CrossFire Solutions and expand the graphic performance. Users can improve the overall visual experience and operating functions. The notebooks also support HDMI and other interfaces for multiple screen features.


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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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