MSI has laid out their spread of C Series of multimedia notebooks over at Computex 2011 with the CX480 and CX640 models, where they will sport Intel 2nd generation Core i processors and AMD’s new generation processor platform. The CX480 will come with a 15.6″ display, while the CX640 is slightly smaller at 14″. With nVidia’s GeForce GT520M discrete graphics card running inside, you can be sure that when it comes to graphical performance, you won’t find either model to be a slouch – of course, don’t expect these to be desktop replacements, but they are no pushovers, either.
The CX640 and CX480 will also feature improved features such asTime Stamp and Restore software, letting you perform a complete backup or restore with just a single push of a button. Not only that, Time Stamp can be set to backup data on a regular basis, performing its task in a mere 10 seconds.
Other hardware specifications that make it future-proof to a certain extent would be the inclusion of USB 3.0 and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, making slow data transfer between devices a thing of the past. No idea on pricing though, but they shouldn’t break the bank in any way. [Press Release]
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