MSI details the 14-inch FX400 laptop

The new extension of the MSI’s F series notebooks comes equipped with Intel Core i5 processor,  THX surround sound and MSI’s Turbo Drive Engine and GPU Boost technologies.


The FX400 features MSI’s new raised totem seal coating, to keep scratching, wear, and fingerprints to a minimum. The 14-inch notebook has 16:9 LED backlight display, Core i5 CPU on Intel HM55 chipset, boasts nVIDIA GeForce GT 325M discrete graphics card with 1GB display memory and GPU Boost technology to automatically switch graphics card modes to optimize graphics and processing performance. It also has up to 8 GB DDR3 RAM, option for 2.5″ 250GB/320GB/500GB SATA storage, 2 in 1, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi,Bluetooth V2.1+EDR, 1.3MP webcamera  and 6 cells battery.

MSI FX400 notebook

The laptop also packs a THX certified 2 “theater-class speakers” and Cinema Pro technology, that with a touch of hotkey “instantly kicks in the film mode for higher resolution and richer colors to bring you the same great audio experience found in live performances, films, and recording studios.” FX400 has a chiclet keyboard for comfort of use and raised multi-point touchpad, and connectivity options includes: HDMI, D-sub, three USB 2.0 , e-SATA , Mic-in, Headphone out, all in size of 350(L)x234(W)x29.7 and weight 2.2kg.

The price was not revealed

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