Entries Tagged as 'MSI Netbooks'

Friday, March 4th, 2011

MSI Wind U270 has a 12″ display and AMD Zacate processor

MSI y has finally gotten around to putting out a press release for its new MSI Wind U270 netbook. Unlike we intitially though, it turns out the laptop has a 12.1 inch display, not an 11.6 inch screen as I had initially thought. Whoops. Here are the rest of the specs:

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

[Video] MSI Wind U160MX netbook unboxing

MSI ‘sWind U160MX is a new version of the Wind U160 netbook MSI first introduced about a year ago.  The main difference between the new U160X is available with either a single or a dual core Atom processor. Notebook Italia got their hands on the new MSI Wind U160MX and posted some unboxing pictures and […]

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

MSI Wind U135dx gets the ice treatment

Some might say that MSI’s Wind U135 netook is rather plain looking. Indeed, the case design harks back to one of MSI’s first netbook creations, the MSI Wind U100. So what to do? MSI decided to give the U135 the ‘ice’ treatment, they’ve bedazzled the lid of the MSI Wind U135DX with Swarovski cyrstal.

Friday, June 25th, 2010

MSI Introduces the MSI Wind U135DX

The MSI Wind U135DX (above) may look familir.  If it does, it’s because it’s identical to the current MSI Wind U135.   But there is one important difference. This new model has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processor while the original ships with a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 chip.  The only real difference between Intel’s […]

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

Two new netbooks from MSI

Just when you thought MSI was getting stale in the netbook department, the company has announced two new 10-inch netbooks at Computex 2010 – although nobody seems to have actually seen them there. Since no one got a hands-on video, or even a pictures, all we have are a few renders (above). The first netbook is named “Fashion” (above) with a carbon fibre-like textured matte lid and a glowing MSI logo. The second netbook, “Serene” is apparently going to be silent with no ventilation ports on it.

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