Monday, August 16, 2010
The NEW MEDIA DARLING :
MSI Gaming GT660 is AVAILABLE NOW!
MSI GT660 comes with Intel’s powerful Core i7-720M processor with nVIDIA’s most advanced GeForce GTX 285M (1GB GDDR3) discrete graphics card, 12 GB DDR3 RAM, 1TB SATA (500GB x 2) Raid 0 HDD, working in tandem with MSI’s exclusive TDE+(Turbo Drive Engine+ technology) which boosts both system and graphics card performance at the touch of a button, greatly enhancing overall system and graphics processing performance capabilities.
Visit us at COMEX 2010 Booth 6641 to test this Darling's Performance Yourself!!!
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|From MSI U200|
* Yin Yang - The Wind 12 will be available in your choice of either an all-black or a creamy all white number.
* Cool Running - The U200 packs an Intel Ultra Low Voltage processor that, on average, uses less juice thus delivering longer battery life; the provided 6 cell battery should last you a good six or so hours.
* Keyed-In - The keyboard on the U200 is fabulously roomy and is a joy to use on acount of what MSI calls "Ergonomic De-Stress" tech that, we are reliably informed, adds about 51% additional surface area to each button.
* I Know You - The U200 includes a face recogntion app called easy face that uses the 1.3MP webcam to identify authorised users. Once your mug has been logged into the system, you can simply login by staring balefully at your rig. Nifty.
* Hi-Def Honey - The addition of a HDMI output on the U200 means you can pipe Hi-Def video from your HD Camcorder or camera for viewing on the U200's luscious screen.
* Class Monitor - The 12.1 inch backlit LED monitor is a step up from piddly Netbook screens and is HD ready with its 1366x768 pixel resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio.
* Light Contender - Even with the CULV processor, beefed up harddisk and larger screen, the U200 only weighs about 1.4kilos and is remarkably slim as it's a mere 31mm at its thickest point.