MSI to show off two eBooks, 3D notebook and wireless charging at CES

Posted on Wednesday, January 06 2010 @ 18:57 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
MSI send out word that it will show off two eBook readers at CES 2010, few details are available but it looks like these devices more closely resemble netbooks than eReaders with an e-paper display. One device is described as an HD e-book, while the other one will be a dual-screen e-book.

The company will also introduce a 15.6" notebook with 3D support, and a wireless charging technology that enables you to charge your notebook by placing it on a wireless battery charging pad. This wireless charging technology sounds a bit like the eCoupled technology we first heard about in 2007.
MSI will reveal its innovative R&D prowess at CES 2010 by exhibiting its HD e-book, dual display touch screen e-book, wireless battery charger for notebooks, the newest 3D notebook, and all-new concept products.

Dual Display Touch Screen e-book: Incorporating traditional book and notebook computer concepts, the dual display touch screen e-book will change user perception of notebook computers and e-books. It features 10" dual touch screen displays that use an exclusive virtual keyboard and added tactile impressions through its intuitive counter-force reaction function. With the Intel Menlow platform, Windows 7, high-speed WLAN, and SSD storage, this concept smashes e-book, notebook, PDA, and other handheld device concepts, letting users take advantage of the most user-friendly technology.

3D Notebook; Wireless Notebook Battery Charger Technology: MSI will also display an all-new 3D notebook with a 15.6" 120Hz 3D HD display. Its GPU and 120Hz 3D panel work together to create an average simultaneous presentation of 60 images for both the left and right eyes. With NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ glasses, lifelike 3D images appear and create the perfect integration of real and virtual worlds! Wireless notebook battery charger technology turns the traditional power supply concept on its head. Just set a notebook on the wireless battery charging pad (a power cord is unnecessary) to automatically charge the notebook's battery and help make the high tech lifestyle even easier and more convenient!

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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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