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MSI Unveils 3D Notebook, Wind U135, AE2420 and Dual-Screen E-Book Reader!

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Just like we heard two days ago, MSI has just unveiled their 3D notebooks and their dual-screen e-ook reader. Of course, they've also unveiled their fair share of netbooks with Intel Atom N450 CPUs - more specifically the Wind U135. Their 3D notebook consists of a 15.6-inch display with 120Hz and 3D technology. You'll have to wear glasses for the 3D effect, so I doubt you'll want to wear those in public.

They also have a couple of gaming notebooks on deck with Nvidia GT640 / GT740 / GX640 / GX740 graphics, and Intel Core i5 / Core i7 CPU options. They've unveiled the X-Slim X360 notebook as well and it'll have the new Intel "Arrandale" ULV CPUs.

Update: According to Gizmodo, there's also the Wind Top AE2420, which has an Intel Core i3 / i5 CPU, a 24-inch multi-toucshcreen display, a 500GB / 1TB HDD, ATI Radeon HD 5000 Series graphics, six USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI / VGA ouput. This all-in-one PC will be available for $1,199 USD.

The e-book reader is said to contain two 10-inch capacitive multi-touchscreen displays. From what I've seen it looks less like an e-book reader and more of a dual-screen netbook. This is especially considering that you can use one screen as a keyboard and the fact that it's powered by a Intel Atom Z Series CPU and is running Windows 7 Home Premium. Engadget actually just got their hands-on this device so check it out here. MSI is planning to launch this e-book reader this year, so let's hope they can pull through on their promise.

[Electronista, Engadget]


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