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Thursday, 24 April 2008 10:52

Turkish journos get hold of MSI Wind sample

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Urun Incelme,
a Turkish HW site, managed to score an early sample of MSI's Wind netbook. The guys have a couple of pics and a three-minute video of the machine. However, they don't seem to have an operational sample, as the Wind looks kinda dead in all the pictures and the video clip.

They have some specs, too. It seems to be one of the pricier models, powered by a 1.6GHz Atom, with 1GB of RAM and 80GB of storage. It's slightly bigger than the Eee, which is nothing surprising considering the HDD and bigger 10.2-inch 1024x600 screen. It weighs 1.2kg, around 300g more than a 700 series Eee PC.

You can find the pics here.
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