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MSI U160 Goes the Official Route, Available Now

MSI U160 Goes the Official Route, Available Now

MSI Computers has officially announced the availability of their latest Wind model netbook, the U160. This particular model is actually the winner of the 2010 iF Product Design award, and the company is proud to finally bring the product to the consumers. They're also happy to be abandoning the far more traditional, and perhaps over-used, clamshell design of netbooks. They're going the route of a far more sophisticated look, and we have to say we like the aesthetics.

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MSI Wind gets sliding touchscreen tablet mod

MSI Wind gets sliding touchscreen tablet mod

The slider form-factor isn't unusual in mobile devices - HTC's Touch Pro2 has a particularly nifty mechanism, and larger handhelds, such as the PsiXpda UMPC, have used it too - but how about a 10.2-inch slider tablet?  That's what InsanelyWind forum member c0ff33 is working on, turning his Advent 4211c (a rebadge of the MSI Wind U100) into a touchscreen tablet that opens up to reveal the QWERTY keyboard.

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MSI CR720 big screen notebook breaks cover

MSI CR720 big screen notebook breaks cover

When it comes to shopping for a notebook there are those that look for small and portable machines if they are on the go a lot. The user who wants a notebook that will be mostly used in the home or office often looks for a machine with a larger screen for more usability. MSI has unveiled a new larger screen notebook called the CR720.

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MSI teases new CX420 and CR420 notebooks

MSI teases new CX420 and CR420 notebooks

MSI wasn't much of a name in the American computer market until the netbook revolution began and its Wind line of netbooks proved popular with buyers. The company is now much better known and is offering up some new notebooks for users looking to get more power and a larger screen than is found in a netbook.

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MSI demoes 1080P Projector PC concept

MSI demoes 1080P Projector PC concept

MSI’s new projector concept isn't only just a projector.  Demoing at CES, MSI is “combing the brilliance of a projector with the versatility of a PC”.  That’s right – it’s a projector with a built-in PC, and cam project up to of 60 glorified inches of HD video on to any white screen, wall, or if rotated 90 degrees (with help from the attachable stand), even the ceiling.

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