Taiwan-based computer and components manufacturer MSI will be showing off new ultra-thin notebooks, all-in-one PCs, performance motherboards and a special military-specific graphics card at the CeBIT technology trade fair next week.
The company said that it will showcase two new X-Slim series ultra-thin notebooks, including the 13in MSI X340 and 15.6in MSI X600, both based on Intel's Consumer Ultra-Low Voltage platform. MSI will also be exhibiting a 20in Wind Top AE2010 all-in-one PC, sporting a 780G AMD chipset.
Also on display will be MSI's N260GTX Lightning 216 graphics card, which the firm said is tailored for military use, and boasts high durability, a long life span and digital sensors. In terms of motherboards, MSI is hoping to impress with its Eclipse Plus, which the firm claims offers more advanced Bios settings for overclockers.
MSI confirmed that it will be changing the name of its all-in-one PC product line from Wind Neton to Wind Top, and that it would likewise rename its net-top product line to Wind Box.
An MSI E-Magazine web site contains full details of the company's products scheduled for display at CeBIT. The exhibition takes place in Hanover from 3 to 8 March.
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