MSI’s new 17.3-inch FX700 and FR700 notebooks

MSI today adds two more models to its F series notebooks. The new additions are 17.3-inch FX700 and FR700, which feature MSI’s anti-scratch, anti-smudge raised totem seal coating technology.

Both models have measure of 417.8×269.3×33.5~39mm, weight 2.8kg and are equipped with 17.3-inch LED backlight displays. The laptops have jet black covers, chiclet keyboards, chrome trim around the speakers, raised multipoint touchpad and a hot key zone with a brush metal finish. Powered by Intel Core i5 processors, they have also NVidia GeForce GT 425M with 1GB for FX700 and Intel HD Graphics for FR700, up to 8GB RAM, a 320/500/640GB hard drive, a Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi.

MSI FX700 and FR700 notebooks

The FX700 and FR700 also comes with two 4ch speakers with THX TruStudio Pro technology,   Bluetooth 2.1, 5-in-1 card reader, two USB 3.0 ports, a 6-cell battery, Windows 7 Home Premium and MSI’s Cinema Pro and Turbo Drive Engine technology. The prices are still unknown.

MSI FX700 and FR700 laptops

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