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Tuesday, 15 April 2008 15:42

MSI makes white 12-inch notebook with 45nm Core 2

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Penryn inside white PR200


Before we start, this is not the Crystal edition notebook that we recently tested here, it is a completely new thing. It has a new CPU inside.

The new White model will be known as PR200W and it will come with language localized Vista business for Holland, Belgium, Czech republic, Hungary, Nordic countries, and the natural U.S. English, France, German and Polish will also be there.

The biggest difference is the new T8300 CPU with 2.4GHz FSB 800, as it’s based on Santa Rosa Refresh platform and 3MB cache. This CPU dissipates 35W.

On the memory side, the notebook comes with 2GB DDR2 memory and 1GB Robson flash memory and now the machine comes with 320GB hard drive.

Just as the previous version, the notebook features an 8-cell battery and comes with the bag. Naturally, it supports 802.11n W-Lan and 1280x800 display. Here are the pictures.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 15 April 2008 19:14

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