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MSI launches 13.3-inch notebook
Press release, March 31; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 31 March 2008]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has announced the VR340, a 13.3-inch notebook which weighs 2.2kg, making it a suitable choice for consumers, who need mobility, according to the company.

The VR340 features an Intel Pentium dual-core processor and Intel GL960 chipset, and can support DDR2 533/667 memory up to 3GB.

MSI VR340 notebook specifications

Item

Detail

Processor

Intel Pentium dual-core processor

Chipsets

Intel GL960+ICH8-M

LCD

13.3-inch WXGA TFT ACV Display

VGA

UMA

shared with system memory

Memory

DDR2 533 / 667MHz

DDR2 SO-DIMM × 2 slot 512MB / 1024MB/ 2048MB

3GB Max

Dimension

332×240×26.5-35mm

Weight

2.2kg with 6-cell battery

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, March 2008

MSI VR340 notebook

MSI VR340 notebook
Photo: Company

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