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Wednesday, 10 June 2009 15:19

MSI X340 Pro with Core 2 Solo CULV

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Looks good but costs a lot

While attending an MSI press-event at Frankfurt three weeks ago, Eliot got lucky and won himself an MSI X340 Pro notebook. This lucky turn of events gave us a chance to provide you with our firsthand impressions about the MSI's X-Slim line-up designed to grab a piece of one of the most lucrative and fastest growing segments in the notebook business. Of course we are talking about ultra-slim, very light and still expensive designs, based on Intel's latest CULV platform for thin and light notebooks.

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Specifications:


CPU: Core 2 Solo SU3500 1.40GHz ULV
Chipset: Intel GS45/iCH9M-SFF
Memory: 2048MB PC2-6400S 5-5-5-18
Harddisk: 2.5" 320GB
I/O Ports: 2x USB 2.0/LAN/VGA/HDMI/analog Audio out/analog MIC in
Wireless: WLAN 802.11bgn/Bluetooth
Add ons: 2in1 Card Reader (SD/SDHC/MMC)/Webcam (1.3MP)
Display: 13.4" WXGA glare 1366x768
Battery: Li-Ion 2150mAH
Dimensions: 330 x 224x 6-19.8mm
Weight: 1.30kg
OS; Windows Vista Home Premium SP1
Warranty: 24 months
Accessories: USB Notebook-Mouse, 40W external power-supply

Special thanks to Marin Lazarov @Ditech and Andreas Förster-Romswinckel for helping with the notebook pictures.


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