Originally Posted by Rustican
For a mobile solution a lv 3000+ and x700 give you power on the go.
The specs you want with a 3800+ and x800 can only be found in a DTR.
Originally Posted by ramificatio
I think Snorre is right about it being an MSI m635. I'm pretty sure this will be offered under Averatec brand in the US. Again, to bad about the low res. screen.
Originally Posted by Xchus
This question is a little of topic, but I'm guessing Sykra is from Germany, can anyone tell me why you can find the MSI S270 only in Germany same as the MSI S260, nice laptops, 12.1" and nice looks, too bad the features are not so good, well I would like to know why Germany is always ahead of everyone selling things, and the worst part is they don't deliver to the US.
|MSI S270 AMD64 M 2800/512MB/60GB/WLAN/12,1/XP-Home/DVD Brenn
PROCESSOR: AMD 64 M 2800
RAM MEMORY: 512mb DDR
HARDDISK: 60 GB
CD-ROM: DVD+/- 8x/4x
DISPLAY: 12,1" WXGA TFT
GRAPHIK SYSTEM: UMA
GRAPHIK MEMORY: 128MB
INTERFACE: PS/2,3xUSB 2.0,RJ-45,RJ11,Firewire
PCMCIA: Type IIx1
AUDIO: 2 Lautsprecher
OPERATIONAL LIFE: ca. 3 Std.
SOFTWARE: Win. XP Home
DIMENSIONS (WXHXD):: 303 x 225 x 26mm
WARRANTY: 2 Jahre Pickup und Return
SUPPORT: MSI Customer Service Center 069-4208-2889
OTHERS: incl. internem Modem,Netzteil,Akku,deutsche Tastatur
WLAN 802.11g & b, 3-in-1 Card Reader,DVD+/- 8x/4x
Hersteller Micro-Star International Co., No.: 001013-SKU2
Ausgewiesene Preise sind immer Nettopreise.
Der Bruttopreis beträgt 1190,19 €
Originally Posted by Sykra
No, i'm not from Germany but from "their" neighbour Austria.
Just found out, that next week, a discounter will offer this notebook for about 1399 Euro.
Sorry, but the scan is in German!
Maybe i go for this notebook ...
Originally Posted by darjeeling
Link to cnet report on x2 and msi partnerships and introduction of s270:
|The prospects: We're not keen on X2’s choice of processor--the typically underperforming AMD Mobile Athlon 64. However, the Mega Book S270 should do the trick for anyone longing for a stylish ultraportable minus the high cost usually attached to lightweight laptops.
By Joshua Goldman, staff editor, Computer Shopper