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MSI U100
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MSI U100

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Overall 9

MSI Wind U100 Netbook Review

I4U News
26 March 2015
  • Summary: Pros
  • Pros: Good battery life, Powerful enough for general computer use, Very portable
  • Cons: Track pad to close to keyboard, Poor speaker volume
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Overall 9

MSI Wind U100 Review

8 August 2009
  • Conclusion: Move over, Asus: MSI has skipped the imitation game that most other manufacturers have played so far and actually bested the Eee with the Wind. Its $550 price tag may make it $150 more than the original Eee, but the refinement and features MSI has added make it well worth the premium, especially...
  • Pros: Bright and spacious 10-inch screen; lightweight and portable; powerful
  • Cons: Three-cell battery may be inadequate; build quality could be a tad better
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Tweak Town
7 May 2009
  • Excerpt: Portability and enough power to do everything the basic computer user needs makes the sub-$500 Wind U100 a great machine.
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MSI Wind U100

1 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Wind Of Change MSI has been quick to bring their Wind Netbook to India, and we received the 6-cell version. With Intel releasing their Atom processors, all the top laptop manufacturers have been focussing on making compact and cheap laptops for the masses.
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Overall 7

MSI Wind U100

1 October 2008
  • Summary: Overall, the MSI Wind is a great laptop and it lies in between the Acer One and the ASUS EeePC 1000H in price. In terms of features, it lags behind the Eee PC 1000H, but the 6-cell version of the MSI Wind is priced at Rs 29,000. This makes it a little expensive as compared to the MSI Wind.
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Overall 8

Review: MSI Wind U100

1 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Packing the latest 1.6-GHz Atom processor and a roomy 80-GB drive, the Wind boasts some legit PC cred. Yes, your iPod probably has more drive space, but the Wind is also running good old Windows XP, saving you from the frustrations of Vista, a Linux learning curve or (perish the thought) the...
  • Pros: Grown-up looks (as opposed to “day care” or “developing-country villager”). Largest screen among minis. Includes three USB ports, a VGA monitor connector and an SD slot.
  • Cons: Lack of DVD is understandable, but it still makes us cry. Hard drive emits mysterious sounds. Two-hour battery life is just OK.
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Overall 10

MSI Wind U100 Netbook

19 September 2008
  • Summary: It'll be very hard to actually find a fault with the MSI Wind. Honest, I'm not joking. Having played with both the Asus EeePC 1000 and the MSI Wind, I would say that both of them are very similar. The only thing which I can think of, which could affect consumers decision is the 3-Cell battery.
  • Pros: - Uses Intel's ATOM CPU@ 1.6Ghz, - 1Gb of DDR2 ram, - 120Gb SATA HDD, - Good build quality, - Good features, - Wireless/WiFi, - 10" anti-glare screen, - 4-in-1 card reader, - 3 USB ports, - D-Sub for extrenal monitor
  • Cons: - Only a 3-Cell battery
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MSI Wind U100 review

26 August 2008
  • Summary: MSI's Wind NB U100 is one of the first Intel Atom-based mini-notebooks to appear - and one of the very best
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MSI's Wind U100 netbook

21 August 2008
  • Summary: Our discussion of the MSI Wind U100 must unfortunately end with its least attractive feature: the price. Despite the fact that the system is well-rounded and only truly falling short in the battery life department, its price threatens to sink the whole endeavor.
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Overall 9

MSI Wind U100 Sub-Notebook Review

4 August 2008
  • Summary: On paper, the MSI Wind should be able to blow the Asus Eee PC out of the water, but as always, a hands on evaluation will put this question to rest. It's got a real hard drive, giving you a solid 80GB of storage capacity.
  • Pros: Feature set is very impressive on paper, Large keyboard and 10-inch display, Real 80GB hard drive for decent storage, Three times as many USB ports as MacBook Air, Looks great, good build quality too
  • Cons: Performance isn't fantastic; struggles with multi-tab web browsing, Gets hot really easily, really quickly, Where's the more budget-minded model?, Battery life is disappointing
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