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MSI makes 12.1-inch Wind U200 official + full spec list

August 21, 2009 at 8:49 pm


MSI Wind U200Whilst the MSI Wind U200 12.1-inch netbook has already had a launch event back in May, the company has only just got around to officially announcing the device. The Wind U200 has a high-resolution (1366 x 768) LED backlit glossy display and is powered by Intel’s Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processor.

Two processors are listed, the 723 & SU3500, which means there are likely to be different SKUs. A maximum of 4GB RAM is allowed, it also comes with a 1.3MP webcam and three USB ports. The company claims that the 6-cell battery should last for 6.5 hours when running in ECO Turbo mode. This is a good time considering the size of the display.

The Wind U200 weighs a reasonable 1.4kg (with the 3-cell battery) and is 31mm at its thickest point. The press release didn’t give any detail on price points and availability although it can’t be too long now, especially since the AMD version (Wind U210) is already out in Europe.

MSI Wind U200 Technical Specifications:

    Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
    Intel Penryn SFF ULV Processor 723 / SU3500
    Chipset GS45 + ICH9M-SFF
    LCD 12.1” 1366*768 HD Ready
    VGA GMA 4500 MHD
    Memory Type DDR2 667/800Mhz
    Config DDR2 SO-DIMM x 2 slot
    Maximum 4GB
    Audio Speaker 2
    Webcam 1.3 M Webcam
    Communication LAN 10/100/1000
    Bluetooth Optional
    Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n
    I / O Card reader 4 in 1 (support SD,MMC,MS,XD)
    Mic-in / Headphone out 1 / 1
    USB 2.0 3
    RJ45 1
    D-Sub 1
    HDMI 1
    Storage HDD form factor 2.5“ 160/250 /320GB SATA
    Optical Drive external
    Battery 3/6/9 Cells
    Keyboard 87 keys
    Power AC Adapter 40W
    Physical Characteristics Dimension 297x 190 x 24.5~31mm
    Full System Weight 1.4kg (With 3 Cell Battery)

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One Response to “MSI makes 12.1-inch Wind U200 official + full spec list”

  1. Lakiesha Maybin said:
    October 11th, 2013 9:41 PM

    Buongiorno. Il mio nome è Glen e sto cercando di imparare le cose più complicate nel potenziamento / costruzione di un PC. Io sono in pensione dopo aver lavorato per 35 anni in un lavoro di ispezione nella mia città. Mi piace anche lavorare con il legno sul tornio (primirarily fare le penne) e sono nel processo di ricostruzione e riqualificazione un vecchio divieti di visto. Una volta terminato il mio costo finale sarà di circa $ 600 invece di $ 1200 per una nuova sega che potrebbe fare la stessa cosa.

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