MSI to Ship Fusion-based Notebook and All in One to the US

Posted by at 3:28 pm on March 24, 2011

MSI brought two of its first PCs using AMD’s Fusion technology to the US today. The Wind Top AE2050 headlines the group by putting AMD’s 1.6GHz E-350 into a 20-inch, multi-touch all-in one. Moving to the chip cuts power use by as much as 74 percent over a typical desktop but still gives it great 1080P playback due to theRadeon HD 6310 graphics.

The system comes with 2GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive to help keep the price, but it does have both a webcam and USB 3.0.

On the mobile front, the CR650, is a full-size 15.6-inch notebook with Fusion to lower the price but keep the graphics up. The design also shares the 1.6GHz E-350 and gets about six hours of battery life on a charge. A 320GB hard drive is inside along with 3GB of RAM.

Either system is available today and starts out at $500 for the CR650, moving up to $680 for the AE2050.

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