Items tagged with X-Slim

MSI's X-Slim lineup garnered industry-wide praise when launched a couple of years ago, and now the line-up is stepping up to Fusion. The X-Slim X370 is the company's newest ultraslim machine, and while it doesn't look too different than X-Slim machines of the past, the internals are definitely deserving of a closer look. The X370 is powered by a dual-core E-350 Accelerated Processing Unit, and it's joined by a very nice list of extras... MSI X-Slim X370 13.4" Fusion Powered Ultraportable Review... Read more...
There was a period of time last year where it seemed like every other ultraportable was based on Intel's CULV platform. At the time, we figured that was just the way it was going to be for a while with ultralight notebooks. But then, AMD finally got around to shipping some Fusion based APUs. And since then, the mobile space has been hopping with new activity. Consumers have never had such a wealth of notebook options to choose from, and with Fusion, prices are remaining reasonable and battery life is improving too. MSI's X-Slim lineup garnered industry-wide praise when launched a... Read more...
MSI announced the new X-Slim X350 laptop that uses the Intel CULV (Consumer Ultra-Low Voltage) energy-saving platform and a high-performance Intel Core 2 Duo processor. As you would expect from its X-Slim name, this 13.4-inch notebook features an ultra-slim design that measures less than one inch thick and weighs just 1.5 kg (approximately 3.31 pounds). The X350 uses MSI's large-capacity lithium-polymer battery and MSI's ECO energy-saving technology that will automatically adjust various computer settings such as screen brightness and CPU performance based on one of five preset power management... Read more...
Back in the day, it was somewhat unusual for a company to issue revamped versions of popular machines. Instead, they'd simply pop out another model so it was quite clear that an update had taken place. These days, consumers seem to "get" that technology changes frequently, and that models are updated from time to time with new hardware.Such is the case with MSI's drop-dead gorgeous X-Slim X340. The ultraportable's name hasn't changed, its design is the same and even that attitude is still in place, but a newer edition definitely brings a few twists to the table. As of now, MSI is offering the X340... Read more...
We had a clue as to what MSI's ultra thin X-Slim duo would look like, but beyond that, most everything else was veiled in mystery. Until now. This week at the CTIA Wireless Expo in Las Vegas, MSI has taken the wraps off the full specification list on the X-Slim X320, X-Slim X340 and Wind U123, all of which we'll detail below. As for the X320, a super thin, super light ultraportable, you'll find 2.8 pounds of stylistic goodness, and within, you'll spot a four-cell battery, 1.66GHz Atom Z530 processor, Windows Vista Home Premium, a 13.4" LCD (1366 x 768), Intel'sGMA500 integrated graphics and up... Read more...
MSI definitely didn't infringe on the iMac too much with its NetOn AP1900 all-in-one PC, but some might say the company's new X-Slim notebooks bear a strong (maybe too strong) resemblance to Apple's MacBook Air. Of course, we'd argue that the X340 and X600 both have a look of their own, but there's no doubt that some similarities exist. output, What's definitely different, however, is the processor, the color, the ports and of course, the operating system. Both computers are loaded with Intel's ultra-low voltage (ULV) architecture, and the X340 in particular includes a Centrino Mobile platform,... Read more...
Good morning friends, I am glad to see you are back :)  Things around the HH lab are shaping up to be a busy day.  With most of the team grinding away on their respective reviews I am sure the Mr. Coffee is going to get a through workout today.  Speaking of which, go grab a cup of joe and settle in.  Here is your AM shot...  ABIT AV8Pro Motherboard Review @ HardOCP.com "ABIT did a masterful job in designing and implementing the AV8, making a very solid foundational board with which to launch their socket 939 based offerings. The board's stability and performance was... Read more...