Designing a good UMPC is a breeze for MSI

Subject: Mobile | July 7, 2008 - 11:58 AM |
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The MSI Wind is the newest model in that strange new world of subnotebooks/UMPCs that has become a very competitive market.  It is running an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz on a Intel 945GSE and ICH7M chipset and supports 1024x600 on it's 10" LCD, so you don't have to squint to badly to see text.  HEXUS' favourite
feature has to be the keyboard, it's not full size but it is certainly bigger than the Eee's!  Read on to see how well it fares.

"Whilst ASUS should be given a big ol' pat on the back for being the first to truly ignite the subnotebook idea, they're no

longer alone in the market. MSI, Dell, Acer and others have been working feverishly to give ASUS some competition, and in MSI's

case, it's right on cue with one of the world's first Atom-powered subnotebooks, the MSI Wind U100."

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