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.
According to MSI, the U115 is the world's first Netbook capable of simultaneously running SSD and HDD. By implementing the latest in hybrid storage technology, the U115 provides people with a reliable, shock-absorbent, speedy operating environment and boasts a 6-cell, 12-hour battery when operating in Eco mode.
The U120 is designed for portability and weighs just under 3 pounds, with added features like the Intel WiMAX Technology or a 3.5G Solution (optional). The computer offers people the ability to connect in more places and work online at a faster speed
Wind NetOn - The AE1901 model is the world's first all-in-one to be equipped with the Intel dual-core Atom processor, which improves operational performance and conserves energy. The AE1901's power consumption is said to be only 20 percent that of a normal PC. With display options ranging from 16 inches, 19 inches, and 22 inches, one can be green and not go blind looking at the screen.
The G-Series brings a variety of gaming notebooks to choose from, the GT725, GT727, GT627, and GX420. According to MSI, the GT725 and GT727 are the first two models to break the 10,000 point 3Dmark barrier
The E-Series will also be launching two new versions of the advanced E-series Notebooks, the EX625 and the EX623. These new models feature ATI Radeon HD4670 video cards, a subwoofer, Dolby Surround II capabilities, 16:9 cinema-level displays, and Blue-ray optical drives