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MSI U115
5.1 out of 10

MSI U115

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Overall 8
7.8
Performance 6
5.6
Battery performance 10
9.8
Display 8
8.4
Weight 9
9.3
Noise 9
9.1
Gaming performance 1
0.6
Connectivity 7
7.4
Keyboard 8
8.4
Temperature 9
8.9

Review MSI Wind U115 Hybrid Luxury Netbook

Notebookcheck
21 July 2009
  • Conclusion: The MSI Wind notebook cordially takes a different path and brings a welcome change into the netbook monotony with its Hybrid alternative. Concentrated less on an innovative design and more on the inner values.
  • Pros: Good case quality, Good display, ideal for outdoor missions, WLAN draft-n, Extremely long runtimes, Quiet system noise, Low heat development, Complete configuration, except for UMTS, The very low power consumption in SSD mode, the good outdoor display and the very quiet working volume.
  • Cons: Strongly flapping display lid, depending on the working area, Adverse positioned USB ports, Small SSD memory, Partially small keys, Display hinges with a better grip and a SSD with more capacity.
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MSI Wind U115 Hybrid netbook tested

Fudzilla
16 July 2009
Overall 7
7.0

MSI Wind U115 Hybrid

CNET
18 June 2009
  • Summary: Full marks to MSI for trying to do something different with the MSI Wind U115 Hybrid, but, despite the excellent battery life, we're not convinced there's quite enough on offer to justify the high price tag
  • Pros: Great battery life; good screen; impressive keyboard.
  • Cons: Expensive; tired-looking design.
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Overall 4
4.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
4 June 2009
  • Excerpt: Though its stellar battery life will appeal to road warriors, the pricey, bulky MSI Wind U115 Hybrid suffers from a few debilitating flaws that are hard to overlook.
  • Pros: Runs at least 8 hours on a battery charge, Comfortable keyboard and touch pad, Runs Windows from energy-efficient solid-state drive (SSD)
  • Cons: Expensive, Small SSD causes hassles with Windows, Mediocre performance, Jerky full-screen video
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MSI offers details on the Wind U115 netbook

Ars Technica
5 January 2009
  • Conclusion: MSI has officially announced the specifications for its latest netbook the Wind U115. The machine is billed as the world's first hybrid storage notebook and uses both a SSD and an internal HDD.
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MSI Wind U115 Hybrid review

expertreviews.co.uk
1 October 2009
  • Excerpt: MSI's Wind U115 Hybird is so-called because it has an 8GB solid-state disk (SSD) and a traditional 160GB hard disk. The idea is that Windows XP is loaded on to the faster, more reliable SSD, while the slower, cheaper hard disk can be used for storing files.
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Overall 6
6.0

MSI Wind U115-025UK- 10in Hybrid Netbook

Trusted Reviews
25 September 2009
  • Summary: MSI's latest 10in netbook offers both solid state and mechanical storage.
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Overall 8
8.0

MSI Wind U115 Hybrid review

electricpig
7 August 2009
  • Summary: A great netbook with a novel approach
  • Pros: Dual hard drives, long battery life
  • Cons: Pricey, budget processor
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Overall 8
8.0

In our battery tests the MSI Wind U115 lasted longer than any other netbook we've reviewed

Good Gear Guide.au
22 July 2009
  • Conclusion: For travellers — or anyone who wants to work for long periods of time away from a power outlet — the MSI Wind U115 is perfect. Its battery life is the longest we've seen in an Intel Atom-based netbook, lasting well over five hours.
  • Pros: Excellent battery life, SSD and conventional hard drive, 802.11n wireless networking
  • Cons: Poor balance, some keys are too small, touchpad buttons are not well defined
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Overall 8
8.0

MSI Wind U115 Hybrid review

TechRadar UK
1 July 2009
  • Summary: MSI Wind U115 Hybrid brings both speed and size to netbook storage
  • Pros: Fantastic battery life, Two storage options, Bright screen
  • Cons: Tiny trackpad, A little expensive
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