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Saturday, 26 February 2011 00:23

MSI to go Brazos at Cebit

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Notebooks, netbooks, AIOs and a tablet

It looks like that MSI will use Cebit to show off numerous products based on AMD's Brazos platform and the company will formally announce a bunch of products based on the new platform. Of course, we will see the full lineup at Cebit once it starts next week but for now we at least have some details.

First in line is the MSI CR650, which has been announced a while back. This 15.6-incher is running on a 1.6GHz E-350 APU with AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics. According to details known so far, it will sell at around €399 to €499 depending on the configuration. The next in line is the netbook variant, the Wind U270. Packing the same APU as the previous 15.6-incher this 12-incher should sell at around €399.

The one that caught our eye is the X370, an X-Slim Series 13-incher based on the same platform. Of course, thin and light, as well as sleek design come at a price so this one will be selling at €599 in Europe. In addition to notebooks, netbooks and thin-and-lights, MSI will also show a Wind Top AE2050 All-in-One with the same specs. This 20-incher shjould also sell at €599 according to our info.

Last but definitely not least, MSI will introduce the Wind 110W tablet based on AMD's C-50 APU. We still don't have all the details but we do know that it will feature 3G, GPS and HDMI output. It will surely be interesting to see all those products running on AMD's Brazos platform so stay tuned for our Cebit coverage.
Last modified on Saturday, 26 February 2011 13:10
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