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MSI GE620DX gaming notebook
Photo: Company [Aug 8, 2011]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has introduced its new GE620DX gaming notebook, featuring Intel's Core i7-2630QM quad-core processor (2.00GHz) and Nvidia's GeForce GT 555M discrete graphics card, supporting Nvidia's PhysX and Microsoft's DirectX 11.

The GE620DX notebook also supports MSI's GPU Boost technology, which automatically switches back and forth between the discrete graphics card and the integrated graphics chip.

The GE620DX also comes with MSI's Premium Sound technology as well as THX TruStudio Pro to output smart surround sound.

The GE620DX is equipped with USB 3.0 ports to boast transfer speeds to 4.8Gbps - 10 times faster than USB2.0, and 80% higher power transmission, providing vastly higher data transfer rates and charging speeds for external hard drives, flash drives, and other handheld electronic devices.

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