Conclusion: The MSi X600 has great looks, speed, affordability, power to grind through games, and strong presence when you bring it to a local Starbucks. You can look at a Macbook Air owner straight in the eye without a single fear (except the keyboard, it’s terrible).
Pros: It’s under $1000, Has a great deal of hard drive space, Can actually play games, Looks great, Has multitouch trackpad
Cons: The LCD is fairly bendy. Very bendy, in fact, Cramped keyboard because of the numpad, Completely made out of plastic, A deaf audio system
Summary: At first blush, the MSI X600 is intriguing. At 4.6 pounds with a 5400-milliamp battery, the X600 offers a truly full-size keyboard (including a separate numeric keypad) and a 15.6-inch, 1366-by-768-pixel screen driven by an ATI Radeon Mobility 4330 discrete graphics chip.
Summary: The MSI X600 impresses with its thin profile and very light weight, strong graphics performance, and solid battery life. Its sub-five-pound frame, coupled with a unique combination of an Ultra-Low Voltage processor and discrete graphics, are innovations you won't find elsewhere.
Conclusion: MSI’s X600 is an impressive laptop, packing a lot into its svelte lines. It may not offer the aluminium finish of Apple’s MacBook Pro, for instance, but it’s still robust and comfortable, and one of the most portable 16-inch machines we’ve seen.
Pros: Stylish, well made, affordable and with a surprising amount of power
Summary: Некоторое время назад компания MSI объявила о расширении своей ультратонкой линейки Slim, моделями «шестисотой» серии. На рынке начали продаваться два новый ультратонких ноутбука с одинаковым индексом Х600, но с несколько разным аппаратным оснащением.