Company releases details of notebook computers using Intel's latest processor as well as tablets running Windows and Android operating systems
Manufacturer MSI is releasing two new laptops in the UK based on the Intel Core i3 processor.
The Taiwanese company announced at Cebit that the MSI CR640 and CX640 laptops will both have 4GB of memory and a 500GB hard disk. Both also have 15.6in screens in the 16:9 aspect ratio, an HDMI socket and two USB3 ports.
The CR640, which will cost £499, uses the built-in graphics processing found on Intel's latest generation of microchips.
The more expensive CX640, at £599, has an additional Nvidia Geforce 520M GT graphics card to provide processing power for watching and editing videos and playing games.
Both laptops also have a Time Stamp button above the keyboard which, when pressed, creates an instant backup of what's on the hard disk, allowing it to be easily restored should it be needed later.
MSI also supplied more details about the two 10in tablet computers it announced at the CES trade show in Las Vegas in January.
One, using the Windows 7 operating system, is based around an Intel Atom processor, and is expected to be on sale by June, costing around £450. Another model using the Android 3 operating system and the Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, will go on sale afterwards and will cost around £300.
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