The MSI Wind is arguably the best netbook on the market. It's stylish, it's easy to type on and it's quick. The wireless connectivity could have been better and the standard battery life is relatively poor, but these are issues you can get around. With that in mind, this device comes highly recommended
Typical price: £329.00
Apart from an uninspiring design, there's not much wrong with the MSI Wind U135DX. But it just doesn't do anything that makes it stand out from the crowd of competing netbooks.
Typical price: £230.00
The MSI Wind Top AE2400 PC is a little on the pricey side, but it does offer great performance and a huge range of connectivity options for your dosh.
Typical price: £1,000.00
Its components aren't particularly exciting and its low-resolution display may prove annoying, but the MSI Wind U160 is solidly built and attractively designed. As such, it's a cut above standard netbook fare
Typical price: £330.00
The basic-as-it-gets MSI Wind U160-007US is a leader in battery life, but shouldn't cost $80 more than comparable systems.
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The MSI Wind U135, like the rest of the netbooks in the Wind series, doesn't disappoint. Despite its relatively mediocre performance, it's the sort of netbook that's perfectly usable on a day-to-day basis, thanks to its excellent keyboard and lengthy battery life
Typical price: £280.00
Full marks to MSI for trying to do something different with the MSI Wind U115 Hybrid, but, despite the excellent battery life, we're not convinced there's quite enough on offer to justify the high price tag
Typical price: £460.00
We go hands-on with the unfortunately named MSI WindPad 100A and WindPad 100W at CES 2011. But it seems as if these two tablets are only half finished...
With all-in-one prices generally falling, and Sandy Bridge offering promising performance gains, we wonder how that will impact mainstream midtower desktops.
MSI announces new 23.6-inch WindTop AE2410 all-in-one desktop with new Intel Sandy Bridge CPU and fast device charging.