MSI reveals 3D notebook, new gaming laptops, more

By on January 6, 2010, 4:10 PM
Confirming pre-CES speculation, MSI has announced new gaming notebooks, netbooks, a dual-screen e-book reader concept and more. The company's new G-Series gaming notebooks include models GT640, GT740, GX640 and GX740. The GT-branded laptops feature Intel's Core i7 CPUs, while the GX-line is built around the i5 -- all models feature discrete 3D graphics.

Other systems slated for showing or debut at CES include C-Series notebooks, as well as new X-Slim and Wind models. MSI is also expected to show a notebook armed with a 15.6-inch 120Hz 3D HD display that runs on Nvidia 3D Vision technology. The system will be capable of simultaneously presenting 60 images for both the left and right eyes, and Nvidia 3D glasses are said to be required for the visual effect.

The company reportedly has more gadgets up its sleeve, including a dual-screen e-book reader, and a wireless laptop battery charger.

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