MSI X-Slim X320, X340 And X600 Are At CeBIT 2009

Posted: Feb 24 2009, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:11pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

 
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MSI will exhibit its X-Slim X320, X340 and X600 notebooks at the CeBIT 2009 next month. MSI already showed the X-Slim X320 at the CES 2009 earlier this year.
The X-Slim X320 measures under 20mm in thickness and weighs less than 1.3kg featuring a 13.4" LCD display with 16:9 ratio.
The MSI X-Slim notebooks are based on Intel consumer ultra low voltage (CULV) platform. Asus will also show CULV based notebooks at the CeBIT 2009. The new ultra-slim notebooks are expected to ship in June. Via Digitimes.

About CeBIT 2009:
The IT Tradeshow CeBIT 2009 is taking place from March 3rd until March 8th in Hannover, Germany. The partner "country" this year is California. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is on hand to open the CeBIT 2009. Follow the product announcements at CeBIT 2009 in our CeBIT 2009 News. The highlights will be around computer hardware including netbooks.

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