When Computex Taipei 2009 officially kicked off on June 2, leading international IT manufacturer MSI Technology stole the international limelight once again with its new corporate identity and its most impressive product lineup yet. The new notebook ranges, the AIO (All-in-one) computers, mother boards, VGA cards, car electronics, industrial computers and server products incorporating the latest technologies and tailored to consumer requirements all successfully triggered a new tech craze at Computex once again. It’s also worthwhile noting that MSI’s Wind U115 netbook with its exclusive Hybrid storage technology as well as the world’s latest onboard multimedia system FuntoRo were both awarded this year’s “Best Choice of COMPUTEX Award”. This provides yet another convincing demonstration of how MSI’s philosophy of “Insist on the best” has successfully won over consumers and the industry alike.
When Computex opened on June 2, MSI’s main booth at the Nangang Exhibition Hall as well as the WiMAX booth at TWTC Hall 1 immediately attracted large numbers of international buyers and media. Premier Liu Chao-shiuan and Taipei City Mayor Hao Long-bin also visited the MSI booth at Nangang after hosting a press conference at Computex. The Premier was particularly impressed by the X-Slim ultra-slim notebook. Tang Yu-tin, Section Chief from the Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association, also brought a delegation of IT association representatives from emerging countries such as India, Chile and Peru to the MSI booth at Nangang. The delegation was very impressed by MSI’s solid line-up and determination to always be the industry pioneer.
MSI’s strong line-up at the Nangang booth not only drew large numbers of international buyers and media but also a visit from a delegation of IT association representatives from emerging nations such as Chile, India and Peru. MSI marketing manager Erika Jean introduction of MSI products left them with a strong impression of MSI’s strong R&D and manufacturing expertise.
MSI’s line-up for Computex included the all-new X-Slim series of X340, X400 and X600 ultra-slim notebooks as well as the 12″ Wind Pro U200 netbook based on the latest Intel CULV platform, motherboard equipped with Dr. MOS and Easy OC technology, military VGA card, the AIO (all-in-one) computers that drew praise from CNN, car PCs, industrial computers and server products. All these made a high-tech and stylish appearance on the international stage at Computex. As a long-time developer and user of RF transmission technology and a member of the WiMAX Forum, MSI also put on display its X-Slim X600, X400 and Wind U120 notebooks at the WiMAX booth in TWTC Hall 1 to show the world that MSI notebooks are already WiMAX Ready! These notebooks not only showed that MSI products come with the most stylish and elegant designs but are also ready for the latest trends in technology.
Founded in August 1986, MSI has continued to uphold a business philosophy that stresses “Award-winning product quality and outstanding customer service.” MSI specializes in the design and manufacture of motherboards, graphics card, add-on cards, servers/workstations, iPC, barebones, communication devices, CE products, Notebooks, car infotainment products, and All-in-One PC. To keep abreast of the global market and offer our customers the best service, speediest product delivery, as well as sales and technical support, MSI has established subsidiaries in mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, India, Taiwan, U.S.A., Canada, Brazil, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, the Netherlands, Turkey, U.K., Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, and Saudi Arabic. Visit www.msi.com.
Contact: MSI Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan Tel: 886-2-3234-5599 Fax: 886-2-3234-5488 http://www.msi.com.twCopyright 2009 ACN Newswire. All rights reserved.