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2009-07-03T02:11:23Z
MSI shocked the ultraportable world when it unveiled the stylish X-Slim X340 and X320 earlier this year, and now the company is pushing its sweet, sexy new line even further with the introduction of the X400. This "thin-'n-light" notebook is based on Intel's CULV (Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) platform, and the whole chassis never exceeds one inch thick. Even with the battery installed, the X400 weighs just 3.3lbs, which is pretty darn impressive for a 14" machine.


Other specifications include an HDMI output, optional Blu-ray drive, 1080p video support (we'll believe it when we see it), 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, a multimedia card reader, a few USB 2.0 sockets and Bluetoth. There's also an external DVD drive should you need it, and the included 8-cell battery can reportedly last for a whopping nine hours. Of course, we get the feeling this is one of those "best case scenarios," but make of it what you will. MSI has yet to put a price tag on this, but we doubt style, slimness and a new platform will come cheaply.



 


X400 Spec

Operation System

Genuine Windows Vista® Premium

Support type @launch

Ultra Low Voltage(ULV) Intel® Processors

Chipset

Intel® GS45 + ICH9M-SFF

LCD

14” HD TFT-LCD Display 1366x768 16:9

VGA

Controller

GMA 4500MHD

VRAM

share with system memory

Memory

Type

DDR2 800 MHz

Config

DDR2 SO-DIMMx1slot

Maximum

2GB (MAX: up to 4GB)

Audio

Speaker

2

Webcam

1.3 M Webcam

Communication

LAN

10/100/1000 GB LAN

Bluetooth

Optional

Wireless LAN

802.11 b/g/n

I / O

HDMI

1

Card reader

2 in 1 (support SD/MMC)

Mic-in / Headphone out

1 / 1

USB 2.0

2

RJ45

1

D-Sub

1

Storage

HDD form factor

2.5" 320/500 GB SATA

Optical Drive

External DVD Super-Multi / Blu-Ray(optional)

Battery

4/8 Cells

Keyboard

87 keys

Power

AC Adapter

40W

Physical Characteristics

Dimension

349 x 234 x24.5 mm

Full System Weight

~1.5kg(W/Battery)




 

 

 
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