Summary: It delivers good gaming results and satisfactory overall performance combined with high-build quality and decent ergonomics, but fails to match up to the fearsome performance and specification of Medionâ€™s Akoya P6624.
Summary: The MSI FX600 is clearly a good performer within the Rs. 45,000 price bracket. Although, MSI has adopted the cost-cutting mantra with an ordinary build-quality, the FX600 more than makes up with the consistent performance across all synthetic benchmarks and a decent performance across game benchmarks.
Pros: Ergonomic keypad, THX TruStudio PRO certified four-speaker system, Includes eSATA USB combo port
Summary: The FX600 is a well-balanced notebook at a reasonable price. It will work well for general productivity and/or school work at home, in the office, or on the go, but don’t expect to spend extended amounts of time away from a plug.
It’s also well suited for heavier computing tasks with its powerful Core i5 processor and respectable GT325M. Things like 3D modeling, photo editing, and video editing shouldn’t be a problem, assuming you can look past the mediocre display.
Summary: Quadrophony. The new all-rounder series is technologically on the cutting edge with an i5 CPU and should also cope with games. A real novelty is the sound system with four loudspeakers. The structural finish puts scratches and fingerprints into the past.
Pros: Low energy consumption, Cool case, Good sound, Insusceptible surfaces, We tested connecting external loudspeakers to two active Yamaha speakers (YST-M20SDP). The listening test is positive; we can't hear any electronic noise . If you want to play it safe, you can output a lossless stereo signal via the SPDIF outputs (combined with line out). Non-slip, insusceptible surfaces and a look that almost immediately seems high-quality.
Cons: Loud under load, Low contrast, Display lacks anti-glare coating, Slow hard disk, Low gaming performance, Spongy keyboard, A stronger battery would have also helped Optimus on the road to success. As it was, the technology is only capable in this case of energy saving.
A stylish, well built MSI laptop with good graphics performance and NVIDIA's Optimus technology
Good Gear Guide.au
9 June 2014
Summary: MSI's FX600 possesses good speed and is a reasonable model to consider if you want a gaming laptop. It also looks good and is comfortable to use -- its touchpad is among the best we've used. However, it only has 2GB of RAM and NVIDIA's Optimus dual graphics card technology doesn't always automatically pick the best graphics card for the job.
Pros: Nice styling, excellent touchpad, dual graphics cards, good speed
Cons: Only 2GB RAM, screen has poor vertical viewing angles, no easy way to manually switch between graphics cards
Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × 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.