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MSI unveils a slew of new netbooks and one lonely nettop

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It looks like MSI has been pretty busy lately. We got a good look at the MSI Wind U120 about a week ago, and now the company's back with a slew of new machines and we have plenty of details for you to savor. Most notably, the U115 is a 10-inch netbook featuring the Intel Atom Z530 processor, 1-2GB memory, and a hybrid SSD / hard drive storage system. The solid state drive (being smaller and theoretically faster) is meant to contain the OS while the hard drive is to be used for data. The U110 is basically the same as the U115, except it only ships with 1GB memory and there is no SSD included. Also introduced were the U150 (sadly enough with no specs, besides the fact that it also ships with both HDD and SSD storage) and the WindBox, an Atom N270-based nettop designed to be VESA-mounted to the back of your monitor. The WindBox should be available Q1 2009 for around €300. Keep reading after the break for a complete rundown of all the specs.

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MSI Wind 110

  • 10-inch, 1024 x 600 pixel netbook
  • 120GB, 160GB, or 250GB
  • Intel Atom Z530 processor
  • 802.11b / g / draft-n WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • 4-in-1 card reader
  • 1GB RAM

MSI Wind U115
  • 10-inch, 1024 x 600 pixel netbook
  • 8GB SSD / 80GB HDD, 16GB SSD / 120GB HDD, or 32GB SSD / 160GB HDD
  • Intel Atom Z530 processor
  • 802.11b / g / draft-n WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • 4-in-1 card reader
  • 1-2GB RAM

MSI WindBox
  • Intel Atom N270 processor
  • 1-2GB RAM
  • 160GB or 250GB HDD
  • three USB ports
  • 802.11b / g WiFi
  • 300mm x 240mm x 65mm (12 x 9.5 x 2.5 inches)
  • 500g (18 ounces)

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