MSI announce CX70 and CR70 laptops
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
The MSI CX70 and CR70 come equipped with Intel’s latest Ivy Bridge mobile processors which supports Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 technology. This will allow for better performance, lower power consumption and better thermals over the last generation of Sandy Bridge based laptops. The CX70 features the NVIDIA GeForce GT640M discrete graphics card with 2GB DDR3 of display memory, scoring 7,261 points on the 3D Mark Vantage test. The CX70 laptop comes with MSI’s GPU Boost technology, so when it’s handling heavy load applications, the system automatically switches over to the discrete graphics card for powerful graphics and when it is performing general word processing tasks or browsing the Internet, it automatically cuts to the lower power integrated graphics.
The CX70 and CR70 come with USB3.0. It also provides 80% more power for vastly faster charging speeds for external hard drives, flash drives, and other handheld electronic devices. The CX70 and CR70 come with new generation Bluetooth 4.0 which boasts data transfer speeds of 24 Mbps for increased connection speeds and a wider area of connectivity over the previous generation.
MSI’s CX70 and CR70 laptops are equipped with a full HD 16:9 wide anti-glare screen that offers bright colors. The HD720p webcam allows you to enjoy smooth, bright high fidelity web calls with friends and family. If you want something bigger than a high definition computer screen for viewing films, the MSI CX70 and CR70 laptops also come with an HDMI 1.4 port, so any type of high-fidelity, high-definition video can be played on your NB, but viewed via a cable on a large-screen LCD television.
MSI’s CX70 and CR70 laptops come with new generation SRS PC Sound for natural wrap around, high fidelity sound whether you use the built-in speakers, external ones, or headsets. Turbo Battery technology lets you control power on an array of hardware, including Bluetooth and wireless devices as well as your webcam, with a single click of the mouse. Now, you can extend battery time by shutting off devices not in use.