MSI Announce the CR610 Notebook

MSI logohe MSI Classic notebook series charm and elegance appear once again. The new large-screen CR610 offers high-performance audio/video while being fashionably light and slender. Specialized craftsman-like techniques give the 45-degree angled edges a smooth, flowing appearance. The case's profile integrates an optical drive and I/O port configuration and design that creates an uninterrupted outline. With a brilliant finish that features a transparent, engraved color film print, the CR610 emits varying color patterns and variations when exposed to light from different angles. The CR610's fashionably expressive exterior radiates a classic sensation.

The CR610 uses AMD's newest Tigris notebook computer platform and comes with Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 7, to provide highly efficient and low power consuming operational capabilities while being capable of outstanding image processing performance. Not only does it possess a strong and powerful image processing core, but the CR610 is fitted with a 16:9 cinematic HD (1366×768) display with high resolution LED backlight so you can enjoy the latest first-class visual feast.

MSI CR610

MSI Marketing Director Sam Chern remarked, "Besides having a fashionably classic exterior, the 16" large-screen CR610 also features ultra-high performance audio and video as well as AMD's newest Tigris notebook platform. The AMD Athlon II Dual-Core processor and the RS880M & SB710 chipsets provide highly efficient, low power-consuming functionality together with an outstanding image processing performance. What's more, the CR610 also fully supports Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system so you can always have a superb mobile computing experience."

Source: techPowerUp

Tags: AMD, MSI, notebooks

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