[Day 2] Computex 2011 Round-up: Mobile, Laptop, Tablet
MSI has got some new laptops with them at Computex. We started off with the MSI X460.
It comes will come in various SKUs which may differ in type of Second Generation Intel Core Series processor, RAM size, or with or without a discrete Nvidia GTX540M .
Next, the X370 is a laptop based on AMD APU.
It will be armed with the refreshed AMD E450 processor and a HD6320 on the same die.
The X370 also comes in white.
Black or white. Which one do you prefer?
Next on the list is a the Windpad 100A specially designed by Jeremy Scott.
Moving on to tablet PCs, we were greeted with the Windpad 110W. Based on the AMD Brazos CPU, this tablet PC is going to work far more efficiently as compared to any other tablet PCs out on the market. That is also why it's preinstalled with Windows 7 Home Premium.
If you prefer an Intel variant, MSI has got their Windpad 120W based on the Intel Cedar Trial Platform. Take note that Intel Wireless Display Widi2.0 is also supported. This means you can easily wirelessly stream your current desktop screen up to supported displays.
A closer look at the MSI 120W
MSI is one of the best manufacturers for great gaming laptops on the market. The GT780R is definitely one of them.
Open your eyes wider as the keyboard is actually by Steelseries! Other than that, you'll be able to have smooth frame rates in your games with the newly launched GTX560M from Nvidia coupled with the Second Generation Intel Core i7 Processor.