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Exclusive look at MSI GX600X TurboBook - Bundle & Specifications

We bring you an exclusive look at MSI's GX600X TurboBook which appears to show immense character upon first glance.

| Standard Laptops in Laptops | Posted: May 2, 2008 4:00 am

Bundle & Specifications

 

The TurboBook GX600X notebook comes in at the high-end of the TurboBook Series. Including the Latest Intel Centrino Duo Processor Technology, it has Windows Vista Home OS, a 15.4" Widescreen Display, HDMI connector, e-SATA connector, 8600M GT NVIDIA graphics, 3GB of DDR2 RAM, various accessories for the multimedia side, including built-In Combo Drive/DVD Super Multi, Built-In 1.3 Mega Pixel Webcam and two stereo speakers with adequate sound, or alternatively you can link to a 5.1 channel headphone output.

 

The keyboard is fairly standard, although the "WASD" keys are coloured for ease of use when gaming, and in addition it has an independent numeric keypad. With regards to extras, you get the smart looking carry pack which is high quality, and although very red, it certainly comes in very useful as a backpack. In addition MSI include a portable headset (earphones/mic combo) as well as a pretty cool looking laser mouse designed in the same style and theme as both the backpack and notebook.

 

You can click on the picture below to see how the real bundle (including CDs, manuals and power cord) looks compared to the aesthetically arranged one seen in the thumbnail.

 

 

The bundle includes CD extras such as the full PC game Halo 2, as well as Quickstart manuals, 2 year limited warranty (this version was made for Australia), Cyberlink software DVD Suite and BD Solutions, as well as Laser mouse drivers and the notebook drivers and manual CD.

 

 

The full product specification table can be seen below.

 

 

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