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Wednesday, 19 August 2009 13:02

AMD Neo-based MSI X410 tips up

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Just €499

Yesterday we
stumbled upon a review of MSI's X610, an AMD Neo-based version of its 15.6-inch X-Slim X600, and today French hacks found an ad for the 14-inch X410.

We still don't know the price for the X610, but if X410 pricing is anything to go by, the new Neo X-Slims could end up on the cheap side. At €499 the X410 is significantly cheaper than the CULV-based X340 and X600, and it sill packs a punch.

It's powered by an Athlon Neo MV-40 CPU at 1.6GHz, has integrated Radeon X1250 graphics, 2GB of memory and 320GB. Nothing too impressive, but at €499 it's truly great value for money. We're not sure about the availability date, but we will try to find out more.

You can find out more here (French), and you can find the ad here.
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