MSI has announced its Intel “Sandy Bridge”-based notebook lineup, including the G, F, and C series models, and an AMD-based X series notebook.
The updated gaming-class MSI G series comprises of 15.6-inch models with 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processors. These are the MSI GT680 and GX680 with Nvidia’s “top-line” video cards, optional full HD display, a sound system with a subwoofer, and TDE overclocking technology; the MSI GE620 with the Nvidia GeForce GT 540M higher-end graphics; and the GR620 with an unnamed GPU.
MSI’s refreshed F series stylish multimedia notebook line is based on 2nd Gen Intel Core i5 processors and includes the 15.6″ FX620DX and FR620, as well as the 17.3″ FX720 and FR720. The FX laptops feature Nvidia dedicated video cards, up to the GT 540M, while the FR models run on Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics.
The mainstream Classic C series now features the 15.6″ MSI CR640 and CX640 with the Core i3, i5 and i7 “Sandy Bridge” CPUs, and Intel integrated and Nvidia Geforce GT520M dedicated graphics, respectively.
The MSI X-Slim ultra-thin notebook range is expanded with addition of the “less than 1 inch thin” MSI X370 with a 13.4-inch display and AMD Fusion E-350 accelerated processing unit incorporating Radeon integrated GPU.
There’s no word on pricing and availability for the new MSI laptops.