MSI send out a press release to announce several of the new products the company is showing off at Computex:
Ultra Slim X400 and X600
As the world's first manufacturer of the lightest weight and most streamlined consumer notebooks with Intel's Ultra-Low-Voltage Technology (CULV), MSI presented the X340. With the new MSI X400, and the world's lightest 15.6” notebook - MSI X600 - MSI shows two more achievements of the X-Slim-line. Both models offer lithium-polymer batteries for a free of overheating mobile endurance at minimal dimensions. For visual delight, they are equipped with an LED display in 16:9 format.
More for U fanatics
Since the successful introduction of the MSI Wind U100 last year, MSI is one of the four most successful brands in the netbook market. This year’s highlights include, among others, the MSI U115 with hybrid technology and over 12 hours battery life, the MSI U120 and U123 with UMTS technology and HSDPA. MSI also displays its newest MSI U200: the world's first 12-inch netbook with CULV-support.
The price killer
At Computex 2009, MSI is showing five new C-models notebooks. These include the CX700, CR700, CX600, CR600 and CR400. The C-Series is the ideal companion for cosmopolitans: high quality at an attractive price. The display range runs from 14 to 17-inch, all with 16:9 formats. Depending on the model, an ATI HD4330 with DDR2 512MB VRAM or an NVIDIA Geforce 8200MG is integrated.
One for all - the All-In-One PC
The presence of MSI also does not stop in the new segment PCs. The MSI AP1900 is the narrowest All-In-One PC currently on the market. The newest models now come with touch-screen display, such as the MSI AE1900, the MSI AE2010 with AMD energy-saving technology and 20” display and the MSI AE2200 with Full HD support and a great deal of entertainment features and luxurious design. With only 50 watts under full power the MSI AE1900 is one of the most power-efficient solutions in the desktop segment.
News from the G-and E-front
The MSI GT628 and GT729 models support spectacular games thanks to a DDR3 VRAM graphics card. Moviemakers will be particularly pleased about the new entertainment model MSI EX625. A single push of a button is sufficient to complete the cinema feeling of this notebook. Equipped with a subwoofer and Dolby Sound, the MSI EX625 now mutates an ordinary movie into a spectacle.
The MSI graphics cards and mainboards
The more frames the better. MSI presents a scoop of its upcoming MSI P55 mainboard with Overclocking Genie Technology, allowing even newcomers to get the most out of their hardware. Ensuring the best performance per watt, MSI’s P55 mainboard will also be equipped with DrMOS and APS technology, which is still the only OS independent power saver on the market.
In the field of graphics cards, the new MSI N275GTX Lightning is shown. As far as cooling technology is concerned, MSI is showcasing the Twin Frozr and the new Cyclone thermal design solutions. Furthermore there are live demos of the industry’s first superconductive heatpipe, the MSI SuperPipe, combined with the large size Cyclone air cooler fan, the R4890 Cyclone. The fastest graphics performances with a quiet and efficient cooler and military class components made of polymer and ferrite capacitors provide unmatched pixel glory.