MSI reveals X460 and X460DX ultra-thin laptops

MSI today extended its X-Slim Series of ultra-thin notebooks with two new 14-inch models – the X460 and X460DX, which comes with Intel’s second generation Core i7 processors and the latest data transfer technologies, Intel Wireless Display, Bluetooth 3.0, and USB 3.0.

The new laptops are less than 1-inch thick and weighting just 1.98 kg. They have metal alloy chassis with aerodynamic feather pattern and with aluminum alloy palm rest areas, and silver trim above the keyboard. Both also are fitted with chiclet keyboard, THX TruStudio Pro audio and their displays can open up to 170 degrees, to meets any viewing situation. Under the hood the laptops are armed with a Intel Core i5-2410M@2.0 GHz or Core i7-2630QM@2.3 GHz processors, Intel HD Graphics 3000 (nVidia GeForce GT540M for X460DX), DDR3 memory, up to a 750GB hard drive or SSD hard drives, and also offer Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, a DVD writer, a 4-in-1 card reader, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, two USB 3.0 ports and D-Sub and HDMI outputs, all backed by a 6-cell battery that giving them up to eight hours of power.

MSI X460 laptop


The X460DX model comes with Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphic card with 1GB dedicated memory and supports MSI GPU Boost technology for automatic switching to discrete video card mode to provide powerful graphics processing. Both machine support Intel Wireless Display technology  transmit 1080p HD programs to your large screen HDTV.

MSI X460DX laptop

Prices and release date was not announced.

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