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. The objective of putting mobile properties into the center of attention has therefore been pursued consequently and offers the possibility to reach an enormous battery life - with some limitations in regards to performance and memory space.
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.
Summary: For travellers â€” or anyone who wants to work for long periods of time away from a power outlet â€” 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. We also like the inclusion of an SSD drive, but we wish it had a larger storage capacity.
In our battery tests the MSI Wind U115 lasted longer than any other netbook we've reviewed
Good Gear Guide.au
30 March 2010
Summary: 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. We also like the inclusion of an SSD drive, but we wish it had a larger storage capacity.
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
Summary: The Wind is still one of the better 10-inch laptops in the mix, although due to its substandard trackpad and high price, we'd suggest the HP Mini 2140 or Asus Eee PC 1000HE would be a better choice.
Pros: Excellent keyboard, More efficient Atom processor, Good screen size, Relatively quiet, Hybrid storage offers the best of both worlds, No useless trial software
Cons: USB Ethernet implementation can be confusing, Sentelic touch pad falls short of other offerings
MSI Wind U115 - Test 10 Zoll Netbook mit SSD-Festplatte
29 August 2013
Summary: Solid State Drives gelten als schnell und sparsam. Eigentlich keine schlechte Idee, dass MSI im Netbook Wind U115 neben der 160 GB großen 2,5-Zoll- Festplatte einen 8 GB großen Flash-Speicher einbaut. Auf dem SSD hat MSI das Betriebssystem Windows XP Home installiert. Die Flash-Platte macht das Wind U115 rund 100 Euro teurer als ein Netbook ohne Flash-Speicher: Ihr Nutzen bleibt aber begrenzt – das Netbook wird dadurch nicht deutlich schneller oder sparsamer.