MSI formally unveils 14-inch CX480 laptop, stops short of naming a price

We know, we know — many of you just want to see some Llano laptops already, but that doesn’t mean the flow of Sandy Bridge systems has run dry. MSI just formally outed the CX480, a brushed metal 14-incher it showed off at Computex a few weeks back. It’s unclear to what extent you’ll be able to configure it, but you will, at least, find multiple versions with either a Core i3-2310M or Core i5-2410M CPU. Otherwise, this 4.9-pound guy packs an NVIDIA GeForce 520M card with 1GB of video memory, HDMI and VGA output, a six-cell battery, a dedicated backup button, an “optional” USB 3.0 port, and a 5400RPM hard drive ranging in size from 320GB to 640GB. Without a price, of course, it’s hard to say how sweet of a deal this is, though with that “summery” color palette, we’re sure it’ll pop up in the usual e-tailers well before back-to-school season gets into full swing.

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