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Friday, 10 October 2008 10:00

MSI's U120 3.5G support pixelized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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SIM card capable

Yesterday we managed to get a picture of MSI's new Wind U120, and now we have a picture of its HSDPA support.

As rumored earlier, the new Wind U120 will have 3.5G support by plugging in the SIM card with a mobile broadband data plan. As we wrote earlier, the new U120 will feature either a 120GB hard drive or a 20/40GB SSD which will come a bit later. Other specs include a 1.6GHz Atom CPU, 1GB of memory, Windows XP and a price that will hover somewhere around the $600 mark.

The SIM card for the 3.5G support plugs behind the battery. Honestly, we would prefer it to be somewhere else, since you have to take out the battery in order to get to it. That could be a bit annoying unless it's a SIM card that will always be plugged in the netbook.

You can check out the pictures below.

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