MSI seems to be favoring its business consumers a lot these days, be it by the dint of the highly classic P600 or the stylish S6000 notebook. Now, the company has released its CX720 notebook featuring all-new 2010 Intel Core processor with HM55 chipset and Nvidia GeForce 310M discrete graphics card.
Fitted with a 17-inch screen, the latest model delivers powerful audio/video entertainment and processing performance. Hyper-Threading Technology and an integrated graphics core consume lesser power, thereby extending 15 percent battery time. With Nvidia’s latest GeForce 310M discrete graphics card with 1GB DDR3 of display memory, the notebook displays crisper and sharper pictures for superior display performance.
Multimedia zealots can now easily enjoy fuller sound with its two 2-watt speakers and an embedded subwoofer which is located on the bottom of the notebook. Cinematic experience is further ensured by the 17.3-inch LED backlit screen which boasts of 16:9 ratio and high resolution. The notebook’s seamless touchpad uses the full-textured cross-hatch CFP patterning while its chic keyboard puts forth a convenient typing experience.
On the connectivity front, the CX720 includes HDMI, D-sub, three USB 2.0, Mic-in, Headphone out, RJ-45, Kensington lock ports, wireless 802.11 b/g/n, and Bluetooth V2. 1+EDR. Other highlights of the elegant device include 250/ 320/ 500GB HDD, 6 cells battery, DDRIII 1333 MHz SO-DIMM X 2 slot (up to 4GB) memory, and a 4-in-1 card reader.
As of now, there’s no official word on the pricing and availability details of the CX720 notebook.