MSI GT627 Notebook With Turbo Button

Posted: Oct 28 2008, 7:22am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:17am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
MSI GT627 Notebook with Turbo Button
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MSI unveiled a new 15.4 inch notebook dubbed GT627 with the MSI exclusive Turbo Drive Engine Technology. With the MSI Turbo Drive Engine Technology, while the GT627 is in AC mode, just touch the turbo button above the keyboard and you can increase the speed of your CPU. Your GT627 will run smoothly to the very best of its abilities.

Other features of the MSI GT627 include NVIDIA Geforce 9800M GS 3D graphic card with 1GB DDR3, Intel Core 2 Duo processor and Intel PM45 Express Chipset, E- SATA, 2MP camera, 4GB RAM and 160/250/320 GB SATA HDD options.
The MSI GT627 has stylish looks with red accents making it a nice gaming notebook. MSI also announced the 17 inch MSI GX730 today. More details here.
More details on the MSI site. See also out Top 10 Notebooks for the Holidays.

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