MSI FX600 Laptop Review (with nVidia Optimus Technology)

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This year has been very healthy for the mobile sector with sales of tablets and mobile phones continuing to grow. Laptop sales are also thriving and many people are now able to pick up a well built machine with killer performance without breaking the bank balance.

With this in mind, we are looking at the MSI FX600 laptop, a Windows 7 powered, Intel Core i3 machine with a combination of IntelHD and nVidia graphics with 4GB of DDR3 memory. Best of all, this is currently available as a special offer through Argos for only £499 inc vat. Has Christmas came early? Today we will find out.

msi MSI FX600 Laptop Review (with nVidia Optimus Technology)

MSI FX600 System specifications

CPU and Memory:
Intel Core i3 330M.
2.13GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR3 RAM memory.
500GB SATA hard drive.

Display features:
15.6in display.
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.

DVD optical drives:
Dual layer.

Graphics:
nVIDIA GeForce GT 325M graphics card with 1GB memory.

Interfaces and connectivity:
Multi-Media Card (MMC) compatible.
3 USB ports.
1 HDMI port.
Bluetooth.
B/g/n wireless/WiFi enabled.

Multi-media features:
1.3MP built-in webcam.
Built-in mic.

Operating system and software:
Microsoft Windows 7 Premium.

Weight:
2.4 kg

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  • Tech Head

    Heh, I was waiting for this after seeing your news post a few weeks ago, for the 610. This the UK model? great price in argos, 500 quid for core i3 and nvidia 1gb graphics with an LED screen?

    Interesting about the hard drive choice, thats why reviews are so helpful.

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  • Joanish

    Fair and unbiased review with good technical data. 5,400 rpms should be ditched completely in these machines, especially with a core i3 processor! fine in a playstation 3, but this? no way.

    Still its worth buying, the 2.5 inch 500gb could be taken out and used in an external drive caddy as a storage drive and a smallish SSD slotted in. Would make sense for me, and with the 100 quid saved, it covers most of the SSD cost.

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  • Cliff

    the styling is great. the specs are good, and the price is brilliant,. I saw that on argos last week and wondered if it sucked. thanks for the review via google !

    Ordered it, but ive no idea how to change out the hard drive, hopefully its ok for me, im not that picky :p

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  • Terry

    good review Zardon, loads of testing.

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  • MancHound

    yay! my parents are buying me this for christmas,. thank god its good..

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  • Tri Color

    That price is hard to fault really. I would like a smaller 7,200 rpm drive though, thats about it.

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