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Thursday, 13 September 2007 08:05

MSI wants to become tier 1 in notebooks

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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MSI Shanghai 07: It takes time


MSI has confirmed that the company wants to become a significant player in the notebook market. They are happy with its market share and they believe that the market has accepted their innovations.

MSI is still learning how to become better but it also has an advantage over most of its notebook competitors is that it can produce it own motherboards as well as the complete notebooks. Its R&D team can change the designs quite fast.


MSI is very experienced in making the motherboards and this is how the company got the idea to make an overclocking notebook that works so well.


The Director or notebook sales said that the company wants to get in the tier one notebook place but that such an achievement takes time.


MSI will continue to focus on both AMD and Intel in gaming, multimedia and small and light business notebooks such as PR200 that we tested, and its AMD brother PR210.

 

Last modified on Thursday, 13 September 2007 11:19

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