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MSI U135
5.3 out of 10

MSI U135

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Laptop Logic™
21 September 2011
  • Conclusion: Affordable netbooks cannot get any cheaper than the MSI range of mini laptops. The new MSI U135 is a 10 inch laptop that replaces their older 10’ inch laptop series. Though the dimension remain the same, the newest features include an Intel’s Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 160GB of hard...
  • Pros: Decent Battery Life, Capable touchpad, Fantastic Keyboard
  • Cons: Ugly Design,  Low Resolution.
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MSI Wind U135 review

30 May 2010
  • Summary: The MSI Wind U135 usually costs about $330 and it’s a good value at that price. But at $305 the netbook is even more attractive. It combines a good keyboard with Intel’s Atom N450 processor which offers more than enough power for casual computer users who don’t need to watch HD video or edit...
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Overall 8

Expert Review

15 February 2010
  • Summary: In our SiSoftware Sandra tests, the MSI Wind U135 put up decent scores, largely thanks to the new Atom N450 and more advanced GMA 3150 GPU. Both of these are at the top of the class in the netbook realm (for now, anyway).
  • Pros: Nice Overall Design, Great Value At $315, Nice Chiclet Keyboard, Great Battery Life, Ultra Quiet And Cool, HD Playback Support, Atom N450 CPU
  • Cons: Glossy Display, Only 1GB of RAM, No Optical Drive, No Multi-Touch Trackpad, Only A 5400RPM HDD, No USB 3.0 Ports
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MSI Wind U135 Review - An Intel Pinetrail Netbook

mad shrimps
4 February 2010
  • Summary: The new model from MSI is a special edition based on Intel´s latest Pinetrail platform to celebrate the sale of one million 10-inch U100 Wind netbooks.The special edition is available in either blue or red.
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Overall 7

Expert Review

3 February 2010
  • Excerpt: Built around Intel’s latest Atom platform, this budget netbook performs similarly to its competition, though the battery life is shorter. (On the plus side, though, its keyboard is sturdier.)
  • Pros: Sturdy, attractive design, Excellent keyboard, Competitive price, Includes child-friendly Web browser
  • Cons: Single mouse button, Slow boot time, Mediocre Webcam, Short-range Wi-Fi radio
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Overall 6

MSI Wind U135 Review

LAPTOP Magazine
23 December 2009
  • Summary: The MSI Wind U135 looks and performs well for a netbook, keeping pace with its competitors. Its price of $329 also makes it less expensive than the ASUS 1005PE ($379) and even the budget conscious Samsung N130 ($349).
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Overall 5
Performance 3
Battery performance 7

MSI Wind U135, the chunkier netbook cousin to the Asus 1005PE

PC Authority
27 May 2010
  • Summary: Some notable features, but battery life undermines the MSI Wind U135
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Overall 6

MSI Wind U135 review

TechRadar UK
18 March 2010
  • Summary: With a new Atom at its heart, the new Wind U135 netbook packs in the features
  • Pros: Good usability, Bright screen, Well put together, Portability, Durable, Large and responsive touchpad, Great battery life, 4-in-1 card reader, Wi-Fi
  • Cons: Reflective bezel proves distracting, Quickly attracts fingerprints and smears, Touchpad too close to keyboard
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Overall 8

MSI Wind U135

9 March 2010
  • Summary: MSI's latest netbook impresses us with a quality keyboard.
  • Pros: Excellent keyboard, Acceptable battery life, Some designs are quite striking
  • Cons: One button touch-pad, Black version looks pretty ordinary, Some system instability issues
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Overall 8

MSI Wind U135 notebook

Pocket Lint
1 March 2010
  • Conclusion: Using the MSI Wind U135 is a pleasure when it comes to typing, except for the irritation of that small right-hand shift key - we often found we hit the neighbouring up arrow, moving the cursor into the line above when typing.
  • Pros: Great isolated keyboard (with a small exception), solid construction
  • Cons: Right-hand shift key too small, screen can over-balance the device
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