Filed Under: Netbooks
Netbook is a computer category that Apple doesn’t enter. Steve Job said that netbook is a piece of junk. But it doesn’t stop big players like MSI to continue upgrading their netbook line up. In early February 2012, MSI unveiled its all-new Wind U180 netbook featuring Intel Cedar Trail Atom processing platform, TDE overclocking technology, and DDR3 system memory support. Coming optional with Atom N2800 processor, the Wind U180 utilizes Intel NM10 high-speed chip set and the latest generation display graphics technology that enables users to enjoy high resolution 1080p movies on its 10.1″ LED backlit display.
Regarding design and look, the all-new MSI Wind U180 is less than 1-inch thin and weighs at only 1kg. Users with different style and mood, have a choice to pick their favorite colours including black, white or lavender. The netbook is also sheathed in IMR color film print to prevent scratches and smudges. A stylish Chiclet keyboard and swirl design touchpad are other unique features those users can expect.
Ok let’s back to the technical specifications, the Wind U180 ultra portable netbook boasts up to 8-hours of battery life and supports Bluetooh and wireless networks, and What’s more?, it features: 320/250 GB (2.5â€ť SATA); 2 in 1 (support SD,MMC); 0.3 M Webcam; HD Audio, Stereo speakers; and Microsoft Â® WindowsÂ® 7 Starter.