|Wednesday, 22 July 2009, 15:23 HKT/SGT|
TAIPEI, TW, July 22, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - Already a hot seller all over the world this summer, MSI's attractive X-Slim X340 notebook computer just received the nod from the world's WiMAX Forum for its wireless communications in the form of product certification-the first notebook manufacturer in Taiwan to do so. MSI is in line to take off alongside WiMAX-the world's most advanced 4th generation mobile communications system. you can visit WiMAX Forum official website at www.wimaxforum.org/productshowcase/x340-mobile-station
|MSI's X-Slim X340|
The WiMAX Forum is the most important organization in the world for establishing standards for and promoting WiMAX. Established in 2001, it has over 500 members, including most telecom operators as well as systems and equipment providers on the planet. WiMAX Forum certification indicates a high degree of compatibility with WiMAX and signifies that product convenience and mobility satisfy the needs and code requirements of telecom service providers, consumers, and governments.
Vincent Sung, head of MSI's R&D Department, explains that MSI embraces the spirit of innovation in its designing and production and has invested a great deal of energy, manpower, and capital into developing the latest technologies to integrate, test, and study WiMAX modules. Once a WiMAX infrastructure is in place, therefore, MSI will be in a position to lead the world in quickly providing the best WiMAX-equipped notebook computers. That is why MSI's X-Slim X340 was the first slim laptop produced by a Taiwan firm to receive WiMAX Forum certification.
Sung added that the X340, a lean, mean 13" machine already available on the market, comes equipped with Intel's new generation CULV platform and WiMAX optional. When you're on the go with your X340, which weighs a mere 1.3 kg, the WiMAX's ultra-high-speed wireless transmission allows you to go online and download anytime, anywhere and stay connected even if you're taking the MRT.
Sung stresses that the X-Slim X340, only 19.8mm at its thickest point and 6mm at its thinnest, is not just a high-tech wonder, it is the epitome of taste and style. What's more, its slender 8-cell Li-Polymer battery can provide an unprecedented nine hours of power. Other MSI notebooks that currently support WiMAX include the 10" Wind U120 mini laptop and the 15.6" X-Slim X600.
MSI Co., Ltd.
Public Relations/Corporate Communications
Topic: Corporate Announcement
Sectors: Electronics, Consumer Electronics
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