MSI debuts 15.6-inch FX600 and FR600 laptops

MSI today also presents all-new 15.6-inch FX600 and FR600 notebook s, featuring 3D totem seal coating – scratch and fingerprint resistant, Intel’s Core i5 processor with MSI’s  Turbo Drive Engine technology and THX surround sound.

The new laptops comes with Intel Core i5 processors and Intel HM55 chipset, Intel HD graphics (FR600) and nVIDIA GeForce GT 325M with 1GB VRAM(FX600), up to 4GB of DDRIII 1066 MHz RAM, a 2.5-inch 250/320/500GB hard drive, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth V2.1+EDR, 4 in 1 card reader, HD webcam,  four internal speakers six cell battery and runs Windows 7 Home Premium. Furthermore they have chiclet keyboard, raised multi-point touchpad and brush finish metal hotkey. There are as well and MSI’s GPU Boost technology, ECO Engine Power Management System,  and Cinema Pro technology. But no word on pricing.

MSI F series notebooks

MSI FX600

MSI FR600 laptop

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