MSI outs 13.4-inch, 15.6-inch ultralight notebooks

MSI logoAhead of an expected official debut at CeBIT at the start of May, Taiwan's MSI showed off two new X-Slim laptops, the 13.4-inch X340 and 15.6-inch X600 notebooks, revealing some of their specs.

Either has an HDMI output as well as a VGA connection, with both powered by a processor based on Intel's Centrino 2 platform instead of the Atom in the X320. The X600 sports an eSATA port in addition to two USB connections.

MSI X340 и X600

As for pricing, all that is known thus far is that the X340 will cost somewhere between $699 and $999 when it launches in the US. No pricing is known for the X600, and release dates are likewise unknown. The first X-series notebook from MSI to use a Pentium chip, an upgrade to the X320, is expected to launch in May. Its screen has an aspect ratio of 16:9, and the notebook weighs about 4.4lbs. Thus far, the X320 has used a 1.66GHz Intel Atom chip.

Source: electronista

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