Wednesday, 16 September 2009

MSI Intros Bravo EX628 Notebook HDMI, Blu-ray, Intel Core 2 Duo, Integrated Webcam, Peace and Tranquility

MSI has announced today the launch of their new 16-in Bravo EX628
notebook that they claim features the highest audio and video specs for
an entertainment notebook. The Bravo EX628 is powered by an Intel
Centrino 2 processor, a high-performance ATi Mobility Radeon HD 4670
graphics card, and a 16:9 aspect ratio LCD cinema display. The ATi
Mobility Radeon HD 4670 discrete graphics card comes standard with 1MB
of onboard memory.

MSI is certainly going out of their way to bill the Bravo EX628 as a
multimedia powerhouse. They might be on to something with its integrated
subwoofer and 16:9 aspect display certainly making for a reasonable
performer, plus there's a 1080p-capable HDMI port and Blu-ray drive. The
EX628 offers a built-in HDMI digital terminal, E-SATA (USB Combo), and a
2.0MP webcam.

On a lighter note, MSI goes into quite a spiel about the design of the
machine. They make is sound like some kind of fashion innovation that
promises to put you into a zen-like state when you use it. I found it
fitting to quote the release, as there really is no way to improve on
the original:

MSI uses a color film printing technology to create graceful wave
patterns on the EX628 to convey a laid-back and tranquil feeling. This
wave pattern makes every moment spent using the EX628 feel natural,
helping you forget all of life's worries. With MSI's unique conceptual
design approach, every detail is given special consideration. Even the
border of the keyboard is designed to slowly blend from deep black to
light silver, making the EX628 an example of evolution in high fashion.

No word yet on when or where you will be able to buy the Bravo EX628 or
how much it will actually cost, but if it lives up to the hype you just
might see it on the runways of Milan just in time for the release of the
latest fall fashions.

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