MSI X370 notebook begins to ship
Looking for a new notebook as your current one wheezes its day away, having a hard drive which is noisier than your 10-year old car? After browsing around, what caught your fancy? If you’re tired of the usual names like Dell and Lenovo, then you might want to check out what else Taiwan is offering apart from delicious roadside stalls that serve deep fried snacks – we’re talking about MSI and their expertise in rolling out computer hardware, where the company has begun to ship its X370 notebook.
The MSI X370 notebook is a 13.4” model that will not drain your battery in an instant, since it runs on the efficient AMD Dual-Core E-350 APU platform that is capable of delivering up to 10 hours of juice without sacrificing on exceptional graphics performance, of course. Gamers will be well pleased to hear that, but if you are really serious about gaming on a notebook, then you might be happier with model that has a larger display, right?
Tipping the scales at 3.1 pounds, the MSI X370 notebook is capable of delivering a fully immersive HD multimedia entertainment experience, thanks to the AMD Radeon HD 6310 Discrete-Class graphics that boasts Microsoft DirectX 11 support. Not only that, battery life is further conserved thanks to the notebook’s power saving LED backlit display that delivers bright color while enhancing the overall picture quality.
According to Andy Tung, vice president of sales for MSI US, “We designed the X370 for those who want a fully functioning notebook in a compact form, with long battery life. Most of us think of battery life in terms of convenience: time away from our office or power cord. It’s innovators like Smallbean that remind us that longer battery life also means using less power, which is what truly makes a difference in rural areas, and around the world.”
Interestingly enough, the MSI X370 X-Slim notebook isn’t going to burn a hole in your pocket either, with it starting from just $599.99 – now is that cheap or what in comparison to other gaming notebooks? Of course, don’t expect super fast graphics in the highest resolution, but it’ll do for the moment.