Alongside MSI’s two Primo tablets it displayed its Core i7 S20 Slider Ultrabook. This device features a multi-angled slide screen with an attached keyboard. This allows you to choose between either a tablet or an ultrabook. The MSI Slidebook S20 has reasonably impressive specifications with an Intel Core i7 mobile, an 128GB mSATA SSD and a full HD display. It also boasts battery life of around 5 hours when being continuously used.
MSI’s choice of operating system is Windows 8 Pro but this will probably be upgraded to Windows 8.1 when that hits the market. Given the flexibility of the integrated Intel GPU this S20 Slidebook can also output at 4K or 2K resolutions. The screen features 10 point multi-touch and the whole product weighs in at just 1.16kg. MSI have provided a decent I/O set with USB, HDMI and a card reader. The MSRP for this unit is around $1200 and it has already been released.
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