The X610 ships with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 graphics, 4GB of DDR2 RAM, a 250GB HDD, HDMI-out, Wi-Fi connectivity and Microsoft Windows Vista. Russian review site 3DNews got their hands on a unit and put it through its paces. In their tests, 3DNews found that both the X610's performance and battery life was subpar to its Intel counterpart.
The review concluded that while the AMD chip's slightly lower performance shouldn't be noticeable to most, the X610 managed less than two hours of battery life under heavy load. Less than two hours is a bit rough, being a low-powered ultra-portable device. Hopefully MSI will make up for the X-Slim X610's lackluster offer by substantially undercutting the X600's $800 asking price.