MSI unveils CR650 multimedia laptop

MSI today introduced the newest member of its Classic series notebooks, the 15.6-inch CR650 model which is  powered by AMD dual core E-350 processor, DirectX 11 capable Radeon HD 6310 disctere graphics and is backed by MSI’s Turbo Battery+ power-saving technology.

The new CR650 is equipped with 1366×768 LED backlight display, comes sheathed in MSI’s cross-hatch color film print coating with color gradient design, chiclet keyboard and seamless touchpad. The notebook measures 383×249.5×33.4~37.6mm, weighs 2.3kg and also comes with 45-degree beveled edges. It utilize A50M FCH chipset and AMD newest generation 2011 dual core E-350 processor, offers up to 4GB RAM, Gigabit LAN, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, 320/ 500/640GB storage options, a 4-in-1 card reader, Super-multi optical dvrive and 6 cell battery.

MSI CR650 notebook

CR650 comes with the “new generation SRS PC Sound” and new generation Cinema Pro technology which allows you to to switch to video mode for higher resolution and richer colors. The laptop also has build- in HD720p webcam and comes pre-loaded with Easy Face facial recognition software which to protect your data biometrically.  CR650 offers  i-Charger technology to recharge your USB devices faster, MSI exclusive ECO Engine Power Management Systeme and runs Windows 7 Home Premium. For the moment MSI didn’t give details about the price or a ship date.

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