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Thursday, 13 September 2007 07:59

50 percent of MSI notebooks are AMD

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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MSI Shanghai 07:
The other half is Intel


MSI's Director
of Notebook sales Mr Sambora Chern has confirmed that the company wants to keep making both AMD and Intel notebooks in the future. The message is clear as their customers want both AMD and Intel based notebooks.


It is even more interesting that MSI is currently producing 50 percent of AMD notebooks and an equal percent of the Intel based notebooks. We don't think that there is another notebook vendor that carries so much AMD.


MSI is known for its good relationship with AMD and this won't change in the future. In some regions MSI will ship more AMD or Intel but this will depend on what the market wants.





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