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Friday, 13 June 2008 13:08

MSI's gaming Pumas pixelized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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MSI GT735 and MSI GX630

We managed to get our hands on pictures of two MSI Puma-based notebooks that will be a part of its gaming series, the 17-inch GT735 previously seen here and the 15.4-inch GX630.

Both of these models are basically the same, and the only difference is the size of their display and the size of the entire case. The specification details are scarce at the moment, but we do know that the GT735, previously showcased at Computex, will feature ATI's HD3850 with 512MB memory, at least as an option that comes with this model.

The "smaller" GX630 should have similar specs, but neither one is listed or officially launched. At least we now have an idea about their design. If they are going to replace older models, the GX710 and the GX610, expect these to sell around €1000 mark, depending on the configuration.

We must admit that they look a lot better than the previous models.

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MSI GT735

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MSI GX630



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