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June 26, 2012

Hybrid MSI Slider S20 goes on sale in October


Featured earlier this month at Computex, a new slider with a touchscreen ultrabook Slider S20 from MSI will cost around 799-899 dollars at the time of launch on the market. At least so say the recent rumors that go around the unit.

If you believe the portal DigiTimes, a hybrid ultrabook slider under the operating system, Windows 8 should be on sale in October or November of this year. The device will offer 11.6-inch touchscreen display.


At the moment, the final specifications are still being discussed in the news itself MSI. What is known for certain hybrid will run on an Intel Core third generation. So, most likely, the unit will be managed by the operating system, Windows 8, but not Windows RT, which will be used in tablets based on ARM-processors (such as the recently announced Surface of most Microsoft).


In addition, the novelty is likely to get support Bluetooth 4.0, port (s) USB 3.0, LAN, and HDMI. Since the device has a touchscreen, then it will not use the trackpad.

Source: Slashgear.com