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MSI Unveils FX600 And FR600 Multimedia Laptops

MSI FX600 FR600

MSI has announced the FX600 and FR600 notebook PCs that sport stylish designs and boast superb multimedia performance. Both are equipped with Intel Core i5 processors, DDR3 memory (up to 8GB) and THX TruStudio Pro smart wrap technology for cinematic audio experience.

The 15.6-inch FX600 and FR600 notebook computers feature MSI’s own 3D totem seal coating that help to prevent scratching and smudging. With a shimmering silver trim, the FX600 and FR600 look stylishly elegant. Both have a unique chiclet keyboard with raised multi-point touchpad, and brush finish metal hotkey.

The MSI FX600 and FR600 come with Intel Core i5 processor which offers better performance, while consuming less power. The two laptops also feature MSI’s own Turbo Drive Engine+ technology for instantly throttling up performance with one touch of the brushed metal P1 hotkey above the keyboard, capable of processing high load applications without bogging down.

The MSI’s FX600 comes with the nVIDIA GeForce GT 325M discrete graphics card with 1GB GDDR3 of display memory for high performance. Furthermore, when your system needs extra processing power, the automatic graphics switching in MSI’s GPU Boost technology switches over to discrete graphics card mode for superior, true-to-life multimedia enjoyment. The FR600 features Intel HD graphics which is sufficient for viewing movies and playing some 3D games.

MSI and Creative have worked together to incorporate professional theater-grade THX TruStudio Pro smart wrap around sound into the FX600 and FR600. It work with four top-end internal speakers for undistorted sound, regardless of music type or frequency band. The Smart Volume and Surround technology ensure crisp, clean sound and enhance mood.

The MSI FX600 and FR600 feature powerful multimedia processing and MSI’s own Cinema Pro technology for optimal graphics. A touch of the Cinema Pro hotkey instantly kicks in the film mode for higher resolution and richer colors to maximize your cinematic experience.

With the latest Intel Wireless Display option which currently supports up to 720p HD output, you can show high definition images or videos from your laptop computer to your HDTV via an external wireless transfer box.

Source: MSI

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