CeBIT Hannover 2006 (Part 2)


MSI's Notebooks (Part I)

MSI's Notebooks (Part I)

The MSI L710 is based on the AMD Turion64 Mobile technology and it comes with a large 17-inch super glare type WXGA screen. It comes standard with basic wireless features like 802.11b/g and Bluetooth. It also comes built-in with a DVB-T tuner for those who want the option of watching regular TV programs on their notebooks.

The new MSI L715 is based on the AMD Turion64 Mobile technology. Offering great graphics using ATI's Mobility X700 graphics with 256MB of memory and a large 17-inch super glare type WXGA/WSXGA+ screen, the L715 also comes with 4.1-channel audio speakers with a subwoofer. It is clearly meant for users who want a media center on the go. A DVB-T tuner is included as well.

The new MSI L720 with Intel Centrino Mobile Technology is targeted at the business user with its simplicity and built-in features like 802.11a/b/g and Bluetooth. The notebook comes with a large 17-inch TFT super glare type WXGA screen that gives users a wider viewing space for spreadsheets and documents.

Business users would find the Centrino-based L740 convenient with its large 17-inch TFT super glare type WXGA screen. Built for business users who occasionally find time for entertainment, this notebook offers a built-in 4.1-channel surround sound speakers which not only gives the user an immersive feeling but also thumping bass, thanks to its built-in subwoofer.

Gamers would find the new Centrino-based L745 an attractive solution with its highly flexible graphics offering that utilizes either ATI or NVIDIA MXM cards. Equipped with a 17-inch TFT super glare type WXGA screen with MSI's CBD (Color Bright Display) technology, the notebook is set to stun with bright and vivid graphics. In addition, gamers will find its built-in 4.1-channel audio pleasing since it has a built-in subwoofer as well. Finally, this 3.1kg notebook comes with an integrated 1.3-megapixel CMOS web camera found at the top of the screen.