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MSI unveils X-Slim X370, Wind U270 and CR650 with AMD’s new generation dual core E-350 processor


MSI has launched their new laptops, X-Slim X370, Wind U270 and CR650 that incorporate AMD's latest dual core E-350 processor.

MSI have launched their new powerful performance notebook computers which include the 15.6-inch CR650, the 12-inch Wind U270, and the 13.4-inch X-Slim X370. All three notebook PCs are equipped with AMD latest generation dual core E-350 processor and AMD Radeon HD 6310 discrete graphics that supports DirectX 11, and long battery life.

The MSI CR650 (above picture) features Turbo Battery+ shortcut that lets you control digital multimedia with your mouse; SRS PC Sound that can reproduce sound faithfully when you listen to your favorite songs or watching videos; and Cinema Pro technology that claims to offer similar audio experience of live performances, films and recording studios.

The Wind U270 sports a 12-inch 16:9 wide display, weighs a portable 1.3kg, and is less than an inch thick. it features MSI's proprietary ECO power-saving design which allows the battery to last twice as long as conventional notebooks. It is also sheathed in color film print which not only looks stylish, but protects against smudging and wear.


The 13-inch MSI X-Slim X370 not only looks good, but it is also super slim, yet comfortable to use. It weighs about 1.4kg and boasts powerful multimedia and processing capabilities. Both the U270 and X370 come with user-friendly hardware and software, including the MSI S-Bar that lets you control major OS and hardware hot keys as well as MSI's own application software with a simple click of the mouse. No pricing details available yet.

Source: MSI

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