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MSI chose the wrong form factor for its flagship Windows 8 Ultrabook: the S20 suffers from an uncomfortable keyboard, poor build quality and an awkward design that includes no pointing device whatsoever.

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Pros
  • Adjustable display -- a rarity on slider laptops
  • Decent audio
  • Good port selection
Cons
  • Inferior build quality
  • Cramped, flimsy keyboard
  • No touchpad or mouse
  • No configuration options

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