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Friday, 29 June 2007 16:08

MSI PR200 notebook gets an award

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DCC 2007: HDMI inside of 12 inch case

 

MSI like everyone else had a problem to get its merchandise from Croatian customs to the show and therefore we missed PR200 notebook, that had to go back and never made it to Split Croatia.

This is one of the first Santa Rosa platform notebooks with Robson memory and HDMI in 12 inch case. We are avidly expecting a sample of this nice device as with the six cell battery it should work even more than 5 hours.

It got the red dot design award and it really looks great and DCC, Digital Consumer Channel 2007 gave it an award as it recognized the slik features of this notebook, stay tuned for more.


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