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MSI unveils new X-Slim X360 ultra-thin notebook
Press release, March 9; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 9 March 2010]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has unveiled the latest addition of its X-Slim notebook series, the X-Slim X360, with Intel's Core i5 processor and HM55 chipset.

The X360 adopts MSI's ECO power-saving technology to allow consumers to select from five different power management levels. With the addition of Intel's Turbo Boost technology to automatically adjusts power levels, the X360 can run as long as nine-hours continuously, MSI claimed.

The X360 will also come with MSI's EasyViewer, a 3D image display software and EasyFace, a face identification software to protect information on the notebook.

MSI X-Slim X360 ultra-thin notebook specifications




Windows 7 Home Premium


Intel Core i5-520UM processor


Intel HM55


Intel integrated graphics


DDR3 memory supports up to 4GB


13-inch LCD with 1366×768 resolution


2.5-inch 250 /320/500GB SATA



Sources: Company, compiled by Digitimes, March 2010

MSI X-Slim X360 ultra-thin notebook

MSI X-Slim X360 ultra-thin notebook
Photo: Company

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