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Wednesday, 06 January 2010 12:27

MSI to show a few concepts at CES 2010

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Dual display touch screen e-book

In addition to the new graphics cards, notebooks, a full lineup of Wind products, X-Slim ulltraportables, and All-in-one solutions, MSI is also preparing few new concepts as well. The one that caught our eye is the dual display touch screen e-book, something that was mentioned for a few times but never detailed.

The details are still scarce as MSI is still holding the info back for the CES 2010 show, but we do know that this one will have a dual 10-inch displays with some sort of virtual keyboard. It should be based on Menlow platform and will run on Windows 7. Other hinted specs include an SSD for storage and high-speed WLAN (most probably 802.11bgn) for connectivity.

In addition to the HD e-book, MSI is also going to show a 15.6-inch 3D notebook with 120Hz 3D display that will bundled with Nvidia 3D Vision glasses as well as the Wireless notebook battery charger that should charge your notebook by simply placing it on the "wireless battery charging pad" that is apparently somehow disconnected from the power source.

All we have to do now is wait for the CES 2010 show to kick into high gear to see these new concepts in action.

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