MSI CX640 Laptop Review (Core i5/Nvidia)

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MSI have been consistently releasing some of the finest enthusiast grade hardware in the last year and today we are looking at their competitively priced CX640 15.6 laptop which features a capable Core i5 processor, Nvidia discrete graphics, 500GB hard drive and 4GB of DDR3 memory. For under £600 is this an ideal all round machine for gaming and work duties?

The CX640 can be currently bought online for £576.95 from Amazon, which puts it firmly into a very competitive, mid to low end bracket. With a Time stamp function, the machine can automatically back up and restore information. There is a less expensive version available, called the CR640, which is supplied with just the onboard Intel HD Graphics.

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Time Stamp has been one of the selling points for MSI, as there is a dedicated button which can automatically return a system to a prior state, ideal for dealing quickly with a data corruption issue for instance. The safety features continue, with the hard drive being placed into a reinforced protection package, a little like a low profile airbag, to help protect against platter damage.

CPU 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i3 / i5 / i7 Processor
OS Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
(MSI recommends upgrade to Genuine Windows® 7 Professional)
Chipset Intel® HM65
Memory DDR3 1333,2 slots, Max: 8GB
LCD Size 15.6″ HD 1366×768 (16:9)
Graphics nVIDIA Geforce GT520M Graphic Card
Graphics VRAM DDR3 1GB
HDD (GB) 320G/500G/640GB SATA
Optical Drive Super-Multi / Blu-Ray
Audio 2 Speakers
Webcam 1.3M Webcam
LAN 10/100/1000
Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth Bluetooth 3.0 (Optional)
D-Sub (VGA) 1
USB 2.0 port 2
USB 3.0 port 2 (optional)
Mic-in/Headphone-out 1/1
Line-in N/A
Express Card N/A
Modem port N/A
Keyboard 99 keys
AC Adapter 90W
Battery 6 cells / 8 cells
Power Management N/A
Dimension 380mm x 260mm x 27.1~34mm
Weight (KG) 2.6
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  • iain

    Havent had time to read it all just yet, but it seems respectable for the price. a lot of the budget has gone on the CPU. so ideal for workers I think.

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  • Rufus

    Our local PCWORLD store has this machine I think. it looks good, but it was very dirty looking, from the people pawing all over it. Sony machines always do well in a retail store environment

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  • Frank

    Nice looking machine really for the price, but I think id spend a few hundred more aim higher up their range for a better model

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  • Thomas

    Looks quite average, but the CPU is a good selling point

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  • Lee Franks

    Man their other models are so much better

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  • David

    yeah, not that impressive overall. ive been contemplating one of the google laptops when they are released. to try a new operating system.

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