MSI presents the 14-inch CR460 multimedia laptop

MSI CR460 notebookThe newest member of MSI’s Classic series notebooks is a 14-inch model called CR460, which comes boosted by Intel 2nd generation Core processors, along with LED-backlit display and MSI’s ECO Engine power-saving technology.

The new laptop measures 344.4(L) X 212(D) X 13.5-28(H)mm, weighs 2.2kg and the chassis, and palm rest areas are covered with checkerboard pattern, that protects against scratching and wear. It has chiclet keyboard  and multi-point touchpad with nickel-plated keys. The CR460’s display has 1366 x 768 resolution and on top of it there’s 720p HD webcam. On the specs side, the laptop can be configured with Core i3-2310M at 2.1 GHz or Core i5-2410M at 2.3 GHz processors, up to 4GB of RAM, has a Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics, and maximum of 500GB HDD space, plus a DVD multi drive.

MSI CR460 notebook

Connectivity includes Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, optional Bluetooth 3.0, USB 3.0 port with i-Charger technology, two USB 2.0 ports and HDMI interface. The laptop comes with a stereo SRS-enhanced enhanced speakers, also packs a SD(SD/SDHC/SDXC card reader, all backed by  6-cell battery.

Prices and retail dates aren’t yet available.

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