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Wednesday, 05 August 2009 23:19

MSI's Wind U200 to show up in EU soon

Written by Slobodan Simic

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As of next week

According to our info, MSI's rather stylish and quite interesting 12.1-inch CULV-based Wind U200 notebook should appear in European retail/e-tail as of next week. The price should hover at around €499 and, of course, it will  depend on the region.

We even managed to get good info on which model will be in this price range and this one will include Intel's Celeron ULV 723 processor, 2GB of memory, 250GB hard drive and a 6-cell battery. We must note that this one comes with a 12.1" glare display with 1366x768 resolution. It also has HDMI and D-Sub outputs, three USB ports, Gigabit LAN, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, 1.3MP webcam, and weighs around 1.5kg.

This price tag makes it the cheapest CULV-based notebook on the market, and it's about as cheap as similarly spec'd versions of HP's DV-2 notebook.

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