Thursday, April 26th 2012

MSI L2700 (Brazos 2.0-Based) Laptop Goes on Sale, in South Korea

AMD's Brazos 2.0 platform has (quietly) hit the streets in South Korean as part of MSI's newest 11.6-inch notebook, the L2700. Seen below, MSI's mobile machine weights 1.3 kg, and features an 1366 x 768-pixel display, a 1.7 GHz E2-1800 APU (with two Bobcat x86 cores and Radeon HD 7340 graphics), 4 GB of RAM, a 64 GB solid state drive,a webcam, WiFi, Bluetooth, a 4-in-1 card reader, a HDMI output, one USB 3.0 port, and a 6-cell battery.

The L2700 costs just about $431.

Source: Liliputing
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8 Comments on MSI L2700 (Brazos 2.0-Based) Laptop Goes on Sale, in South Korea

#1
xBruce88x
not bad considering that's with a SSD
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#2
ensabrenoir
by: xBruce88x
not bad considering that's with a SSD
Not bad at all.........for a net book. Where is the adult sized.....
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Looks very good indeed. I wonder how the keyboard is on that thing, and when it comes here.
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#4
insane 360
i very much want to see bench's on brazos 2.0, the main thing is if it can finally push netflix hd...i'm wanting it to replace my htpc and thats the only thing the current e350 can't do for me
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#5
mastrdrver
CPU World says that the GPU has a turbo speed of 680Mhz. I would think that would be enough to power netflix hd. I don't know if the information is correct or not.
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#6
insane 360
well brazos 1.0 had enough gpu to power any 1080p content. but thanks to silverlights crap tastic gpu acceleration, the cpu has to pull more of the work load and it wasn't strong enough for full netflix hd...

very sad as it would be awesome in the living room if not for that!
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#7
Super XP
by: mastrdrver
CPU World says that the GPU has a turbo speed of 680Mhz. I would think that would be enough to power netflix hd. I don't know if the information is correct or not.
My 5 year old notebook with a HD 2600 and a Core 2 Duo at 1.6GHz can power up Netflix HD with ease via HDMI on my 46" LCD HDTV at full 1920 x 1080p. :)
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#8
ERazer
looks really good! i want one
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