The MSI Wind U115 Hybrid has been confirmed and priced. It's a new laptop with a fancy new chipset that means it'll keep on going for hours. Up to 12 hours, in fact
Always wanted a MacBook Air but can't afford one? You'll be delighted to hear MSI is all set to unleash a MacBook look-a-like
Most Netbooks are unable to render high-definition videos, not to mention run 3D games. But it's beginning to seem like the limitation is not on the hardware, but the drivers.
In 2009, MSI is coming out with a PC for all markets, from Netbooks, to all-in-ones, and even something for the gamers, starting with two new models in the U-Series line: the U115 and the U120.
The U115 Hybrid comes with a solid-state drive for most of the PC's operations, together with a hard-disk drive that can be used for storage.
In this week's show, Nate, Andrew and Jason discuss the latest news from Macworld and CES, including a special report with Ian, live from Las Vegas, where it was snowing, apparently
MSI talks about the Wind Netbooks it will release next month.