MSI Wind U210 first impressions & video unboxing

August 25, 2009 at 6:37 pm

MSI Wind U210 The MSI Wind U210, the AMD-powered version of the CULV-based Wind U200, was only unveiled last week, but Pierre over at Blogeee has already gone hands-on. The MSI Wind U210 is a 12.1-inch mini-notebook that comes with an AMD Neo processor.

The Wind U210 has a 12.1-inch (1366 x 768) LED backlit display and is powered by a 1.6GHZ MV40 processor & ATi Radeon X1250 graphics. It can support a maximum of 2GB RAM and is available in 160GB/250GB storage sizes. It also comes with a 6-cell battery and HDMI-out.

Pierre gives us a comprehensive look at the U210 and also compares it to a 10-inch Wind U100. He also managed to fit the U100 battery into the U210 with success. It does have a glossy lid, but is not as much of a fingerprint magnet as other models. Another positive note is that the bottom panel easily allows you to upgrade components. Check out the unboxing video after the jump.


One Response to “MSI Wind U210 first impressions & video unboxing”

  1. SamL said:
    September 2nd, 2009 11:52 PM

    Good info, thanks. I understand the U100 9-cell fits, but is it definitely OK to use that? Like, it’s the correct voltage, and all that jazz?