Wednesday, 3 February 2010

MSI GT740 & GT640 Gaming Notebooks Announced GT740 & GT640 With Core i7 CPUs & GeForce GTS 250M 3D Discrete Graphics

Gamers who don't mind a COD: Modern Warfare 2 on the road, should get
all excited knowing that MSI has just announced the high-end MSI GT740
and MSI GT640 gaming netbooks. Running on Core i7 processors, both
models are highly potent desktop replacers that feature nVIDIA's GeForce
GTS 250M 3D discrete graphics card (with DDR3 1GB VRAM), 4GB of DDR3
memory, 640GB hard disks, Blu-ray drives and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Of the two, the MSI GT740 comes with an aluminum alloy construction and
brushed metal case, features a 17 TFT-LCD widescreen display and only
weighs 3.2 kgs — considerably lower than other gaming notebooks.
But the other things that beg for attention include theater-class 5
high- quality speakers, a digital/analog 7.1-channel S/PDIF output, WiFi
connectivity, a built-in 2.0 megapixel webcam and an E-SATA port.
Much like it's bigger brother, the MSI GT640 comes with a 15.4-inch
display, weighs in at 2.7kgs and only has two speakers.
Both models come with MSI's exclusive ECO Engine power management system
that allows you for some extra power boost for your gaming needs when
working on battery, alone.
Price wise the MSI GT740 is expected to retail somewhere close to
$2,340, while it's younger brother the MSI GT640 should be $100 cheaper
at only $2,240.
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