Saturday, 4 December 2010

MSI CR720 Classic Series 17-In Notebook Gets Official MSI CR720 to feature 17.3-In LED-backlit Display, 2010 Intel Core Processors & Windows 7 Home Premium

In case you don t know it yet MSI is a company that also happens to make
regular-sized laptops, not only netbooks. Today
we get to look at the MSI CR720 which happens to be a 17-inch monster
notebook part of MSI s Classic Series.
The CR720 will come with some very interesting features which make this
particular netbook suit both home and office needs. Granted that a
17-inch machine is a little too heavy to carry around all day, the
laptop will is still more than capable to deal with your business
related needs.
As expected the new laptop will arrive with Intel s all new 2010 Core
processors although the press release fails to specify what particulars
CPU s we are to expect from the CR720. Features like Hyper-Threading and
integrated graphics core can be expected from the new MSI creation.
Thanks to these advanced technologies power consumption will be
significantly lower and battery power is expected to offer you an extra
15% or life.
Since the laptop comes with an extra large 17.3-inch monitor, that also
happens to be LED-backlit, you can expect it to offer you an impressive
multimedia experience. The monitor will offer you a 16:9 aspect ratio
and it s capable of high 1,600 x 900 HD+ resolution. Furthermore the
laptop features two 2-watt speakers and a subwoofer which will
definitely make their presence felt when watching movies or listening to
music.
Other features include an Intel GMA HD graphic card, up to 4GB DDR3 RAM,
up to 500GB 2.5-inch HDD, 4-in 1 card reader, HDMI, D-Sub, 3 USB 2.0,
microphone, headphone, RJ-45 ports, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1
connectivity and a 1.3-megapixel camera.
The CR720 is definitely an interesting laptop. It might not have what it
takes to be turned into a powerful gaming rig but it s a more than
decent laptop ready to meet most of your daily needs. And yes, you don t
have to ask, it will run Windows 7 Home Premium!
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