• Specs confirmed for MSI X-Slim series, US launch in May

    Looks like the MSI X320 and X340 from the upcoming X-Slim series won’t hit the previously-believed April launch date, instead gracing us with their presence sometime in May. We’ll get a couple more color options, too, aside from the white casing as they’ll be available in black and silver as well. Read More

  • Video of MSI's MacBook Air-like X340

    German-language site got a hands-on with a preproduction X-Slim X340 from MSI (see our previous coverage here) and, although I don’t understand more than a few words of German, the video leaves some of the following impressions: Read More

  • 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

    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 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

    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

    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

    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

    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

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