MSI has announced a range of notebooks and all-in-one PCs at Computex aimed at business and home users.
The Taiwanese manufacturer appears to be aiming the U-Series and X-Slim devices at businesses and the F-Series at multimedia users, while the all-in-one PCs are for home use and the G-Series for gaming.
One of the latest business models is the P600, which has an LED-backlit LCD, DVD super-multi drive, Core i5 CPU, a fingerprint reader and ECO Engine technology to save power.
The FX400, FX600, FR600, and FX700 "performance notebooks" are equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor. The FX610 comes with AMD's new Danube Champlain platform, which is built on a more efficient 45nm process, enabling battery life to be extended.
The G-Series for gamers ranges from 14in to 17in and comes with Intel i5 or i7 processors. The GX740 features an ATI Radeon HD5850 3D graphics card, space for up to 3GB of DDR3 memory, USB 3.0 ports, two HD speakers and a Blu-ray player.
MSI also unveiled its 20in, 22in and 24in all-in-one touch-screen PCs powered by ATI Radeon HD graphics cards. The firm claims that the AE2420 3D is the " first all-in-one touch-screen PC with 3D capabilities". This is made possible using MSI's 3D Infinity Shutter Glasses.
Earlier in the week, MSI showcased an upgraded concept of its WindPad. The 800g tablet, which was first seen at CES in January, will have a 10in screen, eight hours of battery life, multi-touch and Windows 7 preloaded.
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