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MSI Wind U180 Cedar Trail Netbook Up For Pre-Order in Germany

MSI first gained recognition for a great build quality on the original MSI Wind. While this has failed to innovate and just use cheaper materials instead, many are wondering if the latest model, the MSI Wind U180, made the difference from the others. The 10.1-inch device ships with a 1,024 x 600 native screen resolution. […]

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MSI Win U180 Cedar Trail Netbook Up for Sale

Micro-Star International  has completed the preparations for the shipping of the MSI Wind U180 Cedar Trail netbook. This goes with the collection of entry-level mobile personal computers. There was no announcement or any actual effort to spread the word about this  device. However, with how sharply the popularity of netbooks has declined recently, this is possible. […]

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Wind U180: MSI renews interest into the fading pint-sized notebooks

It would be bold to think that netbooks would survive? Of course, the growing trend and plummeting prices of tablet PCs and then the launch of Intel’s Ultrabook bandwagon, nothing more would have discontinued the netbook form factor. Well, not so fast, Cedar Trail has suddenly renewed attention on the fading teeny-sized notebooks, for another […]

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MSI U180 Appears as Pre-Order in Germany

MSI’s flagship unit in the netbook market is the MSI Wind, but since 2008, they haven’t innovated their line. The MSI Wind U180 doesn’t have anything to offer from their previous netbook iterations other than the marginal processor speed bump. This 10.1″ netbook runs on a 1.86 GHz Intel Atom N2800 Cedar Trail processor and […]

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MSI Windpad U120W Overview

The Windpad now has a Cedar Trail version, the MSI Windpad 120W. Its twin brother the Windpad U110W is an AMD-Fusion device. In IDF, the Windpad 120W used the Intel Atom N2600 with 32nm CedarView-M with dual-core, it has 2 thread s per core and 1.66Ghz clockrate. The PowerVR SGX545 graphics operates at 4000Mhz and […]

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