One month ago, MSI plugged some AMD chips into its X-Slim X600 notebook and birthed the model X610. In a similar move this week, the computer-maker has introduced a made-over version of its X400. Just like before, the X400 has been outfitted with AMD parts and appropriately renamed X410.
MSI's X-Slim X410 features a 14" 1366x768 (16:9) LCD display, an AMD Athlon Neo CPU, a single DIMM slot occupied by 2GB of DDR2 800MHz RAM (supports up to 4GB), an ATI Radeon X1250 GPU, a 320GB or 500GB HDD, and an external DVD or Blu-ray drive.
The X410 will ship with Vista Premium, but being that Windows 7 is just around the corner, I assume that will be an option. No word on pricing or availability -- though, it is probably safe to bank on a pre-holiday launch.