• MSI’s VR backpack was built for the HTC Vive

    MSI’s VR backpack was built for the HTC Vive

    The whole VR backpack bit made the shift from one-off oddity to small scale (if still decidedly odd) movement a few months back, as a handful of notables piled onto the heap. HP and MSI were the first big names in the door and Alienware followed suit (or backpack, rather) a few months later as it showed of its own take on the burgeoning movement at E3 – in prototype form, at least. At… Read More

  • HP and MSI hope to convince you to carry a VR rig on your back like a Ghostbuster

    HP and MSI hope to convince you to carry a VR rig on your back like a Ghostbuster

    A number of companies seem to have a firm grasp on the headset bit, and while the controller aspect is certainly in flux, we’ve seen a handful of compelling solutions on that front. But what about the PC part? Sure, plenty of computer makers have created powerful, compliant systems ready for the upcoming VR boom, but for a technology designed to offer some semblance of digital freedom… Read More

  • MSI WindPad Enjoy Sneaks Out Thanks To The FCC

    MSI WindPad Enjoy Sneaks Out Thanks To The FCC

    What does MSI’s new WindPad want you to do? Enjoy (but only a little) that’s what! That’s why their latest 10-inch Android device, the Enjoy, looks so underpowered. The device has just appeared on the FCC website and is running a 1GHZ ARM Cortex-A8 processer and, get this, Android 2.3. Feh. Read More

  • MSI Windpad Honeycomb Super Tab Videoed

    The Inquirer has some handsome hands-on video of the MSI Windpad, a Honeycomb device with 10-inch screen and 1080p video support. I couldn’t embed their video – they haven’t uploaded it to YouTube and I didn’t want to do it for them in case they got angry or skeered (another demo video from CeBIT appears above) but you can check it out here. Considering this is… Read More

  • MSI Tablet Concept Has… A Rotating Projector On It

    This is probably one of the more baffling concepts I’ve seen. It’s a 10-inch tablet with a projector mounted as a sort of rotating hat. There are two obvious applications: projecting an image on the wall behind the tablet (putting the image on a table results, as you can see, in a distorted image) and projecting a virtual keyboard. Of course, it can’t actually do the… Read More

  • The MSI Windpad 100W 10-inch Windows 7 Tablet Gets A Video Hands-On, Fails To Impress

    So the MSI U100W WinPad runs an Atom Silverthorne Z530 CPU with a 32GB SSD on a 10-inch display. Then there’s two USB ports, SIM card slot, HDMI out and a front-facing camera. Sounds solid, right? No, not with Windows as the operating system of choice. NetbookNews grabbed some hands-on time with the Windows tablet at a pre-CES event in Taipei so click through for some visual prove about… Read More

  • MSI Outs Thin But Powerful Notebooks With The P600 And S6000

    MSI’s back with a pair of new notebooks that combine the power of Intel Core i5 CPUs with good portability. These notebooks rock a Core i5-450M CPU along with Intel GMA HD GPU chipset. The rest is pretty standard with 4GB of RAM, 500GB hard drive, HDMI out, webcam and an assortment of ports. The P600 comes with an 8-cell battery and costs $829 where the S600 instead has a 4-cell but rings… Read More

  • All-in-one computer sales up 63 percent (but Apple losing out)

    Seems people really like those all-in-one PCs à la the iMac. Sales this year are expected to grow some 63 percent from last year, to 11.5 million units worldwide. And while that’s good news for computer makers overall, there are winners and losers in the data. The big surprising loser? Yup, Apple. Read More

  • MSI announces new GE600 gaming notebook

    MSI just announced their latest, the GE600 gaming notebook, is now available for purchase. Built around an Intel Core i5 processor and the ATI Radeon HD5730 GPU, the GE600 is billed at MSI’s lightest gaming notebook yet at 5.9 lbs, and this latest addition to their stable is also DirectX11 capable. Read More

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