MSI is showing off their new laptops today at CES. The U270 and X370. Boasting outstanding performance and comfortable-sized screens, these thin, slim, power-sipping laptops are the ideal choice for on-the-go individuals, because you can use them all day without worrying that they will run out of energy before you do.
Both the U270 and X370 pack an AMD landmark dual core E-350 processor which incorporates the AMD Radeon HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics chip which supports DirectX 11.
The Wind U270 comes with a 12-inch 16:9 ratio display and is less than 1 inch thick. It comes with MSI’s own ECO power-saving design which allows the battery to last more than twice as long as those in conventional notebooks.
The X370 has similar stats, but despite having a larger screen, comes in at just slightly less in weight.
There are no specific stats available yet, such as processor, RAM, or hard drive size, and no pricing or dates either. But MSI has become something of a cult favorite in the industry thanks to their solid netbooks. So I expect these to be reasonably prices and good competitors in the industry.