MSI announced their 2010 notebook and netbook lineup at the CES 2010.
We already mentioned the MSI U160 in an earlier report, but now this notebook is official.
The MSI U160 features MSI's distinctive Chiclet keyboard, Color Film Print Technology, an artistic and ultra-thin fuselage, and all new software upgrades. In addition its hardware has also been fully upgraded. Featuring the latest generation Intel Atom N450 processor and Windows 7 OS.
MSI unveils the MSI U135 Limited Edition 1 Millionth Commemorative Edition. The U135 continues the superior traditions of MSI U Series notebooks with equally smart and light exterior designs and a 10" LED backlit display with 1024×600 screen resolution, which not only increases the read speed and visual display of web pages and documents, but also provides rich and vivid colors. The new generation U135's exterior design features significant improvements, with four different color models, Trendy Blue, Refined Silver, Cherry Red, and Wind Dancer Black. It also comes upgraded with MSI's distinctive Chiclet keyboard and the newest Color Film Print coating on the exterior casing, giving the U135 scratch-resistant and anti-wear properties that keep it looking new after a long period of use and gives the entire exterior a sparkling and high quality feel. The U135 features the latest Intel ATOM N450 processor with an all-new integrated architecture. With mapping and Northbridge chipset combination on the processor, overall power consumption and heat levels are reduced and efficiency is increased. At the same time, with Microsoft's newest operating system, Windows 7, consumers can have the best possible mobile computing experience.
In addition, MSI is celebrating the U Series notebook re-release and over one million in sales with a U135 Trendy Blue and Cherry Red commemorative edition promotion, complementing its refined, limited edition netbook accessories for consumer collections.
The MSI X620 features a 15.6" LED display, a fuselage of less than 1" thick, built-in Blu-ray player, discrete graphics card, and around 10 hours of battery life.
Also new are the 13" X350 and X360. The MSI X350 and X360 especially take advantage of MSI's exclusive and stylish engraving technology by integrating geometric lines and diamond patterns to create a glittering diamond design that dazzles the eyes. The new generation 14" X420 features a discrete graphics card with 1GB DDR3 VRAM and MSI 3D Boost technology. The X420 further supports two of the latest network communications technologies, 3.5G and WiMAX, so you can enjoy a truly mobile networked lifestyle.
MSI's all new G Series notebooks have undergone a complete evolution. At CES 2010, they will be the first to display extremely fast gaming models featuring the latest generation Intel Calpella platform, including the 17" GT740 & GX740, the 17.3" GE700, the 15.4" GT640 & GX640, and the 16" GE600. All feature the world's fiercest Intel New Core processor family and built-in, high end discrete graphics cards. Compared to last year’s notebooks, overall performance has increased over 30 percent, and 3D graphics and image and processing power has improved by 50 percent to let you constantly experience a smorgasbord of lifelike audio and video.
The all-new MSI G Series GX640, GX740, GE600, and GE700 have experienced a software evolution that traverses generations and all feature Intel's most advanced Intel Core i5 dual core processor, a high end ATi Mobility Radeon HD high performance 3D discrete graphics card (1GB VRAM), and support Direct X 11 to allow for display performance that far surpasses any previous specifications.
MSI's all-new Classic Series notebook models from 14" to 17.3" include the CR420, CR620, and CR720 and feature inter-generational evolutions in hardware and software configured for outstanding display composition and improved operational performance. The all-new MSI Classic Series notebooks come with Intel's most advanced Intel Core i5 dual core processors that offer 30 percent better performance than traditional notebooks. With Turbo Boost technology, the appropriate allocation of system resources results in unparalleled high performance limits.