MSI adds CX623 to its Classic series notebooks

Just announced the newest member of MSI Classic series notebooks is the 15.6″ model – CX623. Based on Intel’s Arrandale platform, HM55 chipset end nVidia GeForce 310M graphics card, it’s ideal multimedia and casual activity laptop.


The 15.6-inch with 16:9 HD (1366×768) notebook weight less then 2.5Kg, has color film print coating with cross-hatch design to protect it from scratches and wear. Under case there are also two 1066 MHz DDR3 slots,  up to 500GB SATA HDD, 802.11 b/g/draft N, Bluetooth V2.1, 4 in 1 card reader,HDMI, D-sub, 2xUSB ports, e-SATA (USB Combo), Mic-in, Headphone out, RJ-45, Kensington lock port. Of course it includes MSI’s GPU Boost technology, ECO engine power saving technology which allows you to select from among five power management levels—Game, Film, Presentation, Word Processing, and Turbo Battery, automatically adjusting image brightness, on/off switch, and sleep mode settings, maximizing battery flexibility to give you the most battery time per charge.

MSI CX623

No details on pricing yet.

MSI CX623

MSI CX623 notebook

Specification:

CPU Intel® core™ processor
Chipset HM55
Graphic NVidia GeFroce 310M with DDR3 1GB VRAM
Memory DDRIII 1066 MHz, 2 slots
LCD 15.6″ HD 1366×768 ( 16:9 )
HDD 2.5″ 320/ 500GB SATA
Card reader 4 in 1 ( XD MS SD MMC)
I/O HDMI, D-sub, USB 2.0*2, e-SATA (USB Combo), Mic-in, Headphone out, RJ-45, Kensington lock port.
Battery 6 cells
Wireless 802.11 b/g/draft N, Bluetooth V2.1
Webcam 1.3M Webcam
Sound 2 Speakers
Dimension 247.5×374×35mm
Weight <2.5 KG

Source: MSI

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