These days notebook manufacturers are doing their utmost to get the best performance and battery life from their devices, it seems as if MSI may have came up with the perfect solution in their new FX600MX notebook.
This model features a new graphic switching technology, this allows you to use the standard integrated GPU when you are not carrying out graphically intensive tasks, however when you do want to game or edit some video etc you can switch on its NVIDIA 310M graphics card, which features 512MB of RAM.
Other specs include a 15.6 inch LED backlit display which supports 720p HD visuals, up to 8GB of RAM, a 320GB or 500GB HDD, the choice of either an Intel Core i5 or Core i3 processor, Bluetooth, a dual layer DVD writer, VGA-out, HDMI-out, a 6-cell battery and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Currently we have no idea of pricing or a release date, therefore we will have to keep you posted. I wonder just how much extra this graphics switching tech will cost…
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