MSI X610 Widescreen 320GB 15.6in Laptop reduced from £469 to £299 @ Argos
MSI X610 Widescreen 320GB 15.6in Laptop reduced from £469 to £299 @ Argos

MSI X610 Widescreen 320GB 15.6in Laptop reduced from £469 to £299 @ Argos

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MSI X610 Widescreen 320GB 15.6in Laptop.

Whilst only weighing 2KG, this feather-light MSI X610 laptop packs a powerful AMD Anthlon Neo Dual-Core processor and 2GB RAM delivering fantastic performance on the move. Featuring ECO power saving technology this laptop effectively manages your power usage thus extending the battery life and has a 320GB hard drive for storing data.

CPU and Memory:

* AMD Athlon Neo dual core 64 NEO.
* 1.6GHz processor speed.
* 2GB DDR2 RAM memory.
* 320GB hard drive.

Display features:

* 15.6in widescreen display.
* Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.

DVD optical drives:

* DVD+RW/DVD-RW(read/write).


* ATI Radeon HD 4330 graphics card with 512MB memory.
* Secure Digital (SD), Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick Pro (MS-Pro), xD compatible.
* 3 USB ports.
* 1 Ethernet port.
* 1 HDMI port.
* B/g/n wireless/WiFi enabled.

Multi-media features:

* 1.3MP built-in webcam.

Operating system and software:

* Microsoft Windows 7 Premium.

Preloaded manufacturers suite of applications include:

* Music.
* Photo.
* Movie.
* Business.
* Tuition.
* Gaming.

General features:

* Up to 3 hours battery life.
* Size H2.5, W39.2, D25.2cm.
* Weight 2.1kg.

Seems a pretty good deal I am very tempted and have reserved one but open to suggestions or feedback / alternatives
In store or delivery delivery around £6


Only one dimm slot so no easy upgrade and its the more expensive ddr2 800mhz so not really a bargain its pretty old.


As ever, whether the MSI X610 is any good or not, depends on what you intend to use it to do. The processor is faster than your standard atom but not by much. No good for proper games or demanding applications but the graphics adapter should help it handle 720p HD video without any problems. HDMI out is a bonus. As stated above, it's all a bit tired really and does not excel at anything. Battery life is very ordinary. At £299 it's cheap but there are better bargains to be had IMHO - i'd avoid.
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