After attending the COMPUTEX 2010 Pre-Show International Press Conference, journalists were whisked off to MSI’s headquarter in Jhonghe City in Taipei. We were shown a number of MSI’s notebooks and PCs. More inside.
The ride from Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) to MSI’s headquarters after the COMPUTEX 2010 Pre-Show International Press Conference seemed exceptionally long, partly due to a bout of post-lunch drowsiness. We were given a brief overview of MSI’s position in the mobile computing industry, as well as an introduction to MSI’s Next-Big-Thing: the GT660 gaming notebook.
MSI manufactures a number of lifestyle PC systems and notebook computers. A range was on display for the press, but we’d only let you peek at the more interesting offerings. The aforementioned GT660 gaming notebook:
In an attempt to offer the best audiovisuals, MSI tied up with Denmark’s Dynaudio to develop special loudspeaker modules to be fitted into the GT660 gaming notebook. Portability might not be its key attraction, but power definitely is.
For those looking at better power management and mobility, the FX400 packs 15.6″ of screen into a 2.4kg package.