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
MSI announces its all-in-one PC, the Wind Top AE2220 Hi-Fi, which boasts an in-built hi-fi system and a Full HD multi-touch enabled screen
Today we got our hands on MSI's Wind U135 and after several hours of staring at it, we can definitely, absolutely, without hesitation, conclude it's a netbook -- and a pretty decent one at that
Updating the Atom processor line to N450 means a whole lot of Netbooks getting unexciting updates. Here's another.
Behold the Wind U135. It's the first netbook we've seen to use Intel's next-gen, 1.66GHz Atom N450 processor, a clever little chip that gives this device several advantages over its predecessors
Intel's crazy new Atom N450 chip promises to make netbooks even cheaper than they are today. MSI's leading the charge with its U130 and U135 netbooks, from just £230