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  • MSI claims nine hour battery with Wind U110, adds ATI Radeon HD3200 GPU

    MSI claims nine hour battery with Wind U110, adds ATI Radeon HD3200 GPU

    MSI has made official the U110 “ECO” netbook with a promised battery life of up to nine hours. Specs are pretty similar to the standard Wind line – 1.6GHz CPU, 10-inch 1024×600 display, 160GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM – except that the U110 ECO uses an Intel Atom Z530 (Menlow) platform instead of the somewhat standard N270 or N280 chip. Read More

  • MSI makes the CS120 ‘Nettop’ official

    MSI makes the CS120 ‘Nettop’ official

    If you’ve always longed for a netbook but you don’t want to have to put up with all that pesky “portability”, MSI is hoping you’ll take a liking to the CS120 “Nettop” computer. It’s decked out similarly to the cornucopia of currently-available netbooks – 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive – but you’re not saddled… Read More

  • MSI’s 20-inch Wind Top AE2010 built for fun

    MSI’s 20-inch Wind Top AE2010 built for fun

    MSI is showing off the AE2010 Wind Top at CeBIT in Germany this week. It’s an all-in-one with a 20-inch 1600×900 touchscreen LCD, AMD’s 780G chipset, and a dedicated Universal Video Decoder (UVD) chip that’s capable of handling HD video with the greatest of ease. Read More

  • MSI drops 17" meganotebook with Radeon 4850

    MSI drops 17" meganotebook with Radeon 4850

    There must be a market for gaming notebooks out there somewhere, but dad gum it if I understand why. Thick, heavy, and generally inferior to desktops while costing more, they seem like the worst thing in the world. Oh well, that doesn’t mean I can’t admire them for what they are, the shaggy bison of the computer world. MSI’s latest is certainly among the shaggiest now, what… Read More

  • MSI's sleek X320 and X340 to hit in April

    MSI's sleek X320 and X340 to hit in April

    We fawned all over it when it was revealed, corrupted it with our pawing hands at CES, and marvelled at its recently-revealed big brothers. And now the X320 and X340 have specs and release dates. More hinkfo after the bizump. Read More

  • Two more X-Slim notebooks coming from MSI

    Two more X-Slim notebooks coming from MSI

    After getting everyone worked up at CES over its X320 netbook, MSI has let slip two additional models in the X-Slim series; both actual notebooks with Centrino 2 processors, too. The 15.6-inch X600 and the 13.4-inch X340 are expected to be formally announced at CeBIT in a little over a week and MSI has already revealed that the X340 will cost under $1,000. Read More

  • The MSI Wind NetOn AP1900, she’s skinny

    The MSI Wind NetOn AP1900, she’s skinny

    Eat! Eat! You’re skin and bones! MSI has officially announced the Wind NetOn AP1900, an all-in-one computer measuring just 35 millimeters (1.37 inches) thick. MSI is calling it the world’s slimmest. Read More

  • MSI Wind U120 ready to roll

    MSI Wind U120 ready to roll

    The business-centric Wind U120 from MSI is ready to be shipped to your home or business. It’s available on J&R for $469.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. However, if you buy it from J&R through Amazon.com, it’s just $469.99 out the door. Read More

  • MSI’s VESA-mounted WindBOX almost here

    MSI’s VESA-mounted WindBOX almost here

    That super slim mount-it-behind-your-monitor WindBOX that we told you about back in November has finally been officially announced by MSI and should be available soon. Read More

  • MSI really wants a spot in your living room with the dual-core D130 mini system

    MSI really wants a spot in your living room with the dual-core D130 mini system

    MSI has announced the Wind NetTop D130, making it the first manufacturer to feature a dual-core Atom 330 CPU in a mini system. The company claims that the system will pay for itself within two years, too, based on how energy efficient it is. No reason not to buy one, right? Read More