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Wednesday, 22 December 2010 13:31

MSI Sandy Bridge GT680R to sell for €1999

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Available first week of 2011
We have got an update on the nicely spec'd MSI Core i7 2630QM-based Sandy Bridge notebook. Our sources are telling us that the launch is already in January and notebooks should be available in the same month.

It won’t come cheap as our sources are telling us that this nine-cell notebook will sell for as much as €1999. There will be a version that will come less tuned up and that it will sell for around €1500. We can only assume that US should get the same models that the pricing will be the same number just with $ as the currency.

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