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Thursday, 22 October 2009 15:08

MSI shows its Windows 7 lineup as well

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Notebooks and Winds

MSI is
one of many manufacturers that will list its "upgraded" Windows 7 sticker lineup of products. MSI has decided to include Windows 7 on almost forty notebooks and netbooks, as well as some of its Wind Top, Wind Nettop and Wind PC models.

The notebook lineup includes a bunch of CR, CX, EX, VR, PR as well as gaming GX and GT series. The lineup also includes X400, X340, X600 and X610 X-Slim CULV's and U200 and U210 netbooks.

Both the Wind Top AE2010 and Wind Top AE2200 will carry a Windows 7 sticker while it looks like Wind Top AE1900, one with a 19-inch screen will not get it. MSI has decided to give Windows 7 sticker to a single nettop, as well as a single Wind PC model, the Nettop 3325VHP and the Wind PC 2323VHP.

You can check out the full list here.

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