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MSI Announces Wind Top AE2031 All-in-One PC

Today MSI introduces the new 20 inch entertainment model, the Wind Top AE2031 comes with the world's advanced PC OS: Windows 8 is a totally new version of Windows. AE2031 creates entry level All-in-One PC value through completed mechanism design and value-added software allow you to connect social networks and embrace the colorful life. The MSI Wind Top AE2031 will be available in channel before the end of November.

MSI Launches Wind Top AE2281G All-in-One

MSI proudly announces a new 22" All-in-One PC in its line-up: the MSI Wind Top AE2281G. Equipped with a 3rd Gen Intel Core i5 Quad-Core Processor and the NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M graphics card with NVIDIA Optimus Technology, this All-in-One PC supports 1080p Full HD resolution images on its 22" FHD Multi-Touch display. The AE2281G comes with an Anti-Glare screen, which prevents light reflections. To ensure a stable working environment, the AE2281G comes with high quality Military Class components that have an optimal lifetime during heavy conditions. Connecting external devices to this user-friendly system is also no problem thanks to two high speed USB3.0 ports with MSI Super Charger technology and four USB2.0 ports.

With the MSI Instant Display Technology, the AE2281G can also be used as monitor for external devices (via HDMI-in), such as a gaming console or desktop. Now every familymember can enjoy using the MSI AE2281G in their own individual way.

MSI's New G Series Gaming NBs Unveiled Steal spotlight at CeBIT 2012

Focused on developing its own high tech brand name, MSI Notebook's steady stream of innovations has enabled it to break one world record after another. For example, MSI G Series gaming notebook computers that were tested at the recent IDF Forum organized by Intel in Beijing racked up over 20,000 points on the PC Mark . Soon afterward, the GT780DXR was awarded Innovations Honorees at CES 2012. Now, MSI is introducing the GT60, GT70, GE60, and GE70—the ultimate in next generation gaming notebooks. They feature Intel's next generation top-of-the-line quad core processors and the nVidia new generation discrete graphics card—the fastest one of its kind on the planet. Specially designed to meet the extreme demands of extreme gamers around the world, these killer notebooks also boast awesome peripherals.

MSI Officially Intros the Wind U180 Netbook

The Wind U180, meticulously crafted by MSI for 2012, marks a new zenith in computer technology, offering both performance and an esthetically pleasing looks. It comes in minimalist black, angel white or lavender, is less than one-inch thin, tips the scales at just 1 kg, and is sheathed in MSI's own attractive IMR color film print to prevent scratches and smudges. Let this highly mobile piece of computer technology add color to your life.

Eric Kuo, associate vice president for global sales, MSI Notebook, points out that the MSI Wind U180, a new generation netbook characterized by painstaking attention to craftsmanship and innovation, not only packs significantly more power, it is the ideal solution to meet today's mobile multimedia needs. Its display is some three times more powerful than that of the previous generation, enabling the high resolution LED screen to show much more detail and color. What's more, the HDMI slot allows you to connect the U180 netbook to a large HDTV to maximize multimedia entertainment.

MSI Announces The New AP2011 Business All-in-One PC

MSI has announced the launch of a new all-in-one PC model designed specifically for business users: the Wind Top AP2011. The industry-leading adoption of LED panel, integration of the display into the main body of the PC, and brand-new industrial design make for a neat, uncluttered desktop. The Wind Top AP2011 also features unique energy-saving technology, providing power consumption that is approximately 30% lower than conventional CCFL panel. Combined with MSI's other energy-saving technologies, this can help business enterprises to make substantial savings on their electricity bill, making this a truly "green" PC.

As far as performance is concerned, the Wind Top AP2011 uses the second-generation Intel Core processor, whose revolutionary computing capabilities permit more efficient multi-tasking. Besides its energy-saving characteristics and enhanced support for multi-tasking, MSI has also given the Wind Top AP2011 a range of additional features specially designed to meet the needs of business users, including the provision of multiple COM ports, the ability to link the AP2011 up to a barcode reader, credit card reader or credit card terminal. With its energy-saving design and its unique combination of advanced technology and efficient functionality, the Wind Top AP2011 is ideal for both individual users and business enterprises.

MSI Announces Wind U160MX Netbook

MSI has unveiled the beautiful 10.1-inch Wind U160MX netbook which packs Intel’s dual-thread architecture-supporting Atom N455 CPU, DDR3 memory, and MSI TDE technology. The U160MX is powerful and its battery runs up to 8.5 hours on just one charge.

Eric Kuo, associate vice president for global sales, MSI Notebook, explains that the U160MX netbook is less than one inch thin and tips the scales at just one kilogram including the battery. The U160MX has a unique circular display axle and is sheathed in a brush finish black coating that protects against smudging. This elegant netbook also comes with a Chicklet keyboard, MSI’s ECO Engine power-saving technology, Easy Face biometric software, the Easy Viewer photo manager, and the S-Bar tool bar. Stunningly beautiful and equipped with powerful MSI applications, you’ll fall in love with it.

MSI to Show 5 NB Series, 20-plus Models at CeBIT 2011

Employing rock-solid R&D capabilities, MSI rolled out a complete array of new notebook computers packing the new generation of CPU platforms introduced in 2011. It will be parading them March 1-5 at CeBIT, the international computer electronics exhibition in Hanover, Germany. MSI's wares will be displayed in Booth C38, Hall 17. Come to MSI's booth to see world gaming champions Fnatic.MSI as well as the MSI GT680—the world's fastest notebook computer. There'll be plenty of exciting things at the MSI booth to wow the crowds.

Eric Kuo, associate vice president for global sales, MSI Notebook, noted that the 20+ additions to be shown will include the awesome G Series gaming laptops, the high performance F Series, the deluxe multimedia C Series, the gorgeously slender X Series, and the highly mobile U netbook series. These stylish machines all pack the newest generation of either Intel or AMD's CPUs and advanced visual-display units. Most models also come with MSI Premium Sound—the best wrap around sound out there. Like supercar-class Dynaudio, cinema-grade THX TruStudio Pro, and premium multimedia SRS PC Sound for the home, programs designed to satisfy the audio-visual entertainment needs of users from around the world, will be on display in Hanover.

MSI IPC Launches WindBOX III Intel Core 2 Duo Powered Fanless System

MSI, the global leading brand in motherboard, announced the launch of the upgrade version of WindBOX III (MS-9A35) to IPC market in August, 2010. This is the latest ultra-low power system with fanless solution. Following the fanless design of WindBOX series, MSI debuts the WindBOX III based on the Intel Core 2 Duo processor and the Intel GS45 + ICH9M chipset to provide the latest ultra-low power and slim form factor into solid embedded applications. For clients' strong demand of supporting high resolution video, MSI debuts WindBOX III (MS-9A35) with great 3D graphics performance for a high definition up to 1080P.

It supports directX10, shader model 4.0 and Intel Clear Video Technology. MSI enhances I/O connectivity covers 6 USB 2.0 ports, 2 powered COM ports, and multiple video output (DVI-I for VGA and DVI-D, HDMI) for dual independent display. To fulfill the expansion demand, WindBOX III improves two mini-PCIe slots. For the internet demand, WindBOX III comes with a module that has a built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth module.

MSI Shows Off WindPad 100 Tablet PC

MSI's entry to the reinvigorated tablet PC market is the WindPad 100, which gets showcased at the IFA event in Berlin. Unlike tablets such as the Apple iPad, the MSI WindPad 100 is based on the Intel x86 architecture, running Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. The tablet features a multi-touchscreen 10.1" display, and is loaded with connectors in all sides, such as USB 2.0, an SDHC-compatible card reader, front-facing 1.3 megapixel webcam and HDMI to connect to displays and projectors.

Under its hood is a second-generation Intel Atom Z530 processor, 2 GB of DDR3 memory, and possible HDD/SSD options for storage. Connectivity for the tablet includes USB 2.0, 3G HSDPA, and WiFi b/g/n, though it can be expanded by an optional dock, which lets you convert the tablet to a desktop PC. The dock provides USB 2.0, audio expansion, gigabit Ethernet, D-Sub and HDMI display outputs, apart from doubling up as the tablet's battery-charging cradle.

Source: Netbooknews.de

MSI Introduces Design Award-Winning Wind U160DX Netbook to the Market

Meticulously crafted, MSI's Wind U160DX netbook has received Germany's iF Product Design Award and drawn attention from all quarters around the world. Boasting a leap in performance capabilities, the Wind U160DX supports DDR3 system memory and comes with the Intel ATOM processor N455 with MSI's own TDE (Turbo Drive Engine) technology. Sheathed in MSI's own Color Film Print technology, the Wind U160DX is less than one-inch thin and tips the scales at a mere 1kg. Slender, feather-light, beautiful, and perfect in every detail—the Wind U160DX was crafted to steal your heart and soul.

MSI Marketing Director Sam Chern points out that the experience and craftsmanship that went into MSI's chic, easy-to-use Wind U160DX has created a product with all-new features, including a 10.1" power-saving LED screen with a refresh rate of 8 milliseconds—twice as fast as similar products on the market, an independent chiclet keyboard, a seamless touchpad, a striking exterior, and a battery that holds a 15-hour charge—enough for all day.

MSI Wind U250 AMD Vision Notebook Pictured

MSI's upcoming CULV notebook based on the AMD platform make its first public appearance at an event conducted by AMD in Paris. The Wind U250 is a 12.1-inch notebook is powered by an AMD Athlon II Neo K325 processor that runs at 1.3 GHz, which is aided by 4 GB of memory, DirectX 10.1 compliant graphics, and offers 320 GB of storage. The 12.1 inch display is likely to have a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. It comes with Windows 7 pre-installed. MSI may release it sometime this summer. More images at the source.

Source: NewGadgets.de

MSI Announces Wind U160 Notebook

The Wind U160, MSI's exquisitely designed small notebook PC, which has already won an Germany's iF product design awards and become a major talking point in the IT industry, has been formally launched onto the market! The Wind U160 is less than one inch thick, and weighs just 1 kg. It uses Intel's Pine Trail platform, with the highly-integrated N450 Atom processor. The laptop casing features MSI's unique color-film-print (CFP) technology with a two-color – Fancy Gold and Jet Black – color scheme. With its attractive external appearance, slim, lightweight design and painstaking attention to detail, the U160 is sure to appeal to any fashion-conscious consumer.

MSI Notebook Marketing Director Sam Chern explains that the Wind U160 is a hi-tech, high-fashion product of MSI's outstanding craftsmanship. The Wind U160's energy-saving 10-inch LED display boasts a reaction time of just 8 millisecond, twice as fast as any other comparable product. The U160 also incorporates MSI's unique Chiclet keyboard, a seamless touchpad and other innovative design features. Besides being attractive to look at and convenient to use, the Wind U160 has a battery run-time in excess of 15 hours, enabling users to keep working all day without having to worry that they may run out of power.

MSI Unveils New Refined Wind U Series Netbooks

The 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) officially kicks off on January 7 in Las Vegas! MSI's formidable achievements in R&D and design will be out in force. In addition to ultra-thin and stylish designs, the much talked about and yet to be released 2010 iF Product Design Award winning netbook, the Wind U160, will be unveiled at CES.

Embodying MSI's flawless and exquisite craftsmanship, the Wind U Series notebooks have not only won countless awards, they've also repeatedly achieved success in the market, with over one million in worldwide sales to date. MSI continues to innovate and uphold its concept of insisting on the best by infusing these concepts into the impressive MSI Wind U Series. Many of these high-quality, exquisite notebook models will be on display at CES, including the Wind12 U200, the U230, the all-new U135, and the iF Product Design Award winning ultra-thin and stylish U160 netbook. With a beautiful and stylish appearance, the U160 features MSI's distinctive Chiclet keyboard, Color Film Print Technology, an artistic and ultra-thin fuselage, and all new software upgrades. In addition its hardware has also been fully upgraded. Featuring the latest generation Intel ATOM N450 processor and Windows 7 OS, the all new elite product series is sure to once again capture international attention and capitalize on market opportunities.

MSI Announces New Trend Towards Energy-saving PCs for CES

World-leading All-in-One PC brand MSI will be showcasing several new models that embody the global trend towards energy-saving PC design at the CES 2010 exhibition. The new models, which feature the Pine Trail technology platform with the new Intel Atom processor, include the Wind Top AP1920 All-in-One PC and the Wind Box DE220 and Wind Box DC500 Mini PCs. These products deliver low energy consumption with no compromise in performance; their average power consumption is more than 80% lower than that of a standard desktop PC. The compact, lightweight design also takes up less space than a traditional PC.

MSI Announces Wind U135 MSI Wind U130: Color Film Print Shell Joins the Fray

MSI is offering tailor-made solutions with the release of the all-new Intel Atom processor N450 with integrated architecture for the stylish Wind Series Special Edition U135 and the U130—now covered head-to-toe with Color Film Print coating. These two netbook models are the world's first two Intel Pine Trail platform netbooks to receive International WiMAX Forum certification.

MSI Notebook Marketing Director Sam Chern noted that the Wind Series Millions Special Edition U135 is based on feedback from millions users. This feedback is being used to meticulously create a new generation of Wind netbooks that are Windows 7 pre-installed. MSI's attention to detail and its pursuit of perfection in product design are also demonstrated by the all-new Intel Atom processor N450 with integrated architecture, an even more stylish design, a sturdier and quieter MSI Chiclet keyboard, a lid treated with Color Film Print coating over a stylish woven pattern, a 20% larger touch pad for extra comfort, and longer battery life.

MSI Announces the Ultraportable Wind12 U200

Craving for a 12.1" widescreen display with a svelte and portable design? Check out the MSI Wind12 U200. The Wind12 U200, similar in weight and volume to 10" notebooks on the market, weighs only 1.4 kg (with battery) and features a 12.1" HD ready 16:9 aspect ratio glittering crystal frameless screen that promises improved performance. With the The power-sipping brand new Intel Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) processor, U200 provides you the long battery life and the portability.

MSI Debuts Wind U100 PLUS

Ready to enjoy a mobile life that is as easy as a breeze? MSI Wind, best seller of the year 2008, now launches its new Wind U100 PLUS to extend the fever! Two brand new colors rose champagne and metallic blue together with three colors that never go out of style -Imperial Black, Angelic White and Regal Red- will definitely be your must-buy electronic gadgets of the year!

Retaining the handy and practical design concept of Wind U100, MSI U100 PLUS is powered by the latest Intel Atom N280 processor, which not only enables better computing efficiency but also achieves lower power consumption. What’s more, the lightweight of Wind U100 PLUS (only 1kg), 10” LED backlight display, 802.11n WLAN and 1.3M built-in webcam make it the perfect companion of your work, travel and on the go. Why not get a U100 PLUS to capture every single moment of your life?

MSI WindBOX Atom Pictured

With the state of the world economy, conditions are becoming increasingly favourable for good sales of ULPCs, with several IT giants taking netbooks and nettops seriously. The surge started post Intel's introduction of the Atom processor. MSI is preparing a slim form-factor nettop that is fan-less and light enough to be mounted on the back of an LCD monitor that supports the VESA wall-mount standard.

The WindBOX measures 180 x 255 x 19 mm and weighs a little over two pounds (1.08 kg to be precise). It is driven by an Intel Atom running at 1.60 GHz, and features 1GB of memory. It supports a SATA drive to handle storage, and provides basic connectivity that includes: 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, three USB 2.0 ports, a 3-in-1 memory card reader, audio and WiFi. The WindBOX will be available later this quarter.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

MSI Introduces Wind D130 Nettop

MSI launches the first Dual-Core Atom System, MSI Wind Nettop D130. This NetTop is equipped with the latest Intel Atom 330 dual-core processor and 2GB DDR2 memory. MSI Wind Nettop D130 has onboard DVD Super-Multi and 7.1 Channel Surround Sound, providing the user all functions of a multimedia center. On top of that, MSI Wind NetTop D130 can easily run high-definition video applications, while maintaining low power consumption. This makes MSI Wind Nettop D130 very suitable as a 24H computer system such as an e-mail server and file server.

The compact MSI Wind Nettop D130 features a Super-Multi DVD burner to back up data, install software or play a movie. The MSI Wind Nettop D130 is designed for the living room and can be connected to any LCD TV. The built-in Super-Multi DVD burner can play a variety of video and music file formats.

MSI Debuts U-Force, Dual-Core Atom Nettops, Briefs CES Plans

In the CES 2009, to be held in Las Vegas from January 8, MSI will once again capture the world’s eyes with its prolific R&D and designs. In addition to introducing the whole new U-series models, MSI will launch the new All-In-One Wind NetOn models and MSI’s first dual-core Atom All-In-One models. G-series notebooks, the first series surmounting 10000 points on 3Dmark, will also be exhibited. With such a strong cast, MSI will successfully become the focus on the international stage once again.

Following the popular MSI Wind Netbooks, U100 and U90, MSI will introduce some more portable netbook in CES, including MSI U115 Hybrid, and will also announce that MSI U120 is “WiMAX Ready”. Moreover the first netbook capable of running SSD/HDD simultaneously, and MSI X-Slim Series X320, the 13” super portable notebook of just about 1.3 kg.

Intel Atom N270 Overclocked to 2385MHz, Probably the Fastest Atom Ever

Have you ever thought of overclocking your shiny little netbook, probably not, but here's what might happen if you're wondering. In my humble opinion this is ridiculous, but it's possible. Overclocking experts from Team Australia, using an ordinary MSI Wind U100 netbook and a single Kingston 2GB DDR2 667Mhz SO-DIMM, have done the unthinkable, overclock the hell out of an Intel Atom N270 netbook processor. If you remember, MSI recently released a v1.09 BIOS for the Wind that allows overclocking. That's exactly what Team AU have done, dismantle an MSI Wind netbook, put some LN2 cooling and use the latest BIOS to max the Intel Atom CPU frequency. The end result is pretty good, they've managed to push the poor 1.6GHz Atom N270 CPU to an amazing 2385MHz (FSB 199 x 12 multiplier) and take a CPU-Z snapshot. There's really no point in doing that, but it's pure fun. The full discussion thread for this insane experiment is posted over at XtremeSystems.

Source: XtremeSystems

MSI Wind BIOS 1.09 Enables Overclocking for Real

MSI recently released a new BIOS version 1.09 for their first netbook MSI Wind. Thanks to this new BIOS Wind owners may now overclock their netbooks by pressing Fn+F10 on the keyboard with an AC power plugged in. This enables 8%, 15% and 24% (1984MHz compared to 1600MHz stock) automatic overclocking. Enabling a 24% overclock will roughly give you a 30% increase in performance. The new BIOS also enhances Wind's performance by approximately 5% over the older BIOS version 1.08. The only downside of this BIOS is that it changes the fan speed, so your Wind may appear to be louder even when it is not overclocked. You can download the new BIOS directly from MSI here, but if you intend to upgrade I strongly recommend you to read this guide first.Source: Electric Vagabond

MSI Wind U120 Spotted

Fudzilla have managed to get hands on some pictures of MSI's upcoming Wind U120 netbook, the succesor of today's Wind U100. If the supplied information is right the new Wind, also named Wind 2, will be supplied with either a 120GB hard drive or 20/40GB SSD which will come at a later date. Other specs suggest a 802.11n Wi-Fi, built-in webcam and a 3.5G modem that will accept a SIM card, the same Intel platform and Intel Atom CPU. In other words, the U120 will still be similar to the U100, both in specs and design. See for yourself below. The MSI Wind U120 should be available in December for less than $600.

Source: Fudzilla

ASUS Inflates the Eee PC Series Even More

They just keep coming in, keep coming in bunches. I'm refering to the Eee PC series by ASUS which has unofficial product releases almost on a daily basis now. As the competition for ultra-portable notebooks hots up with prominent players such as Dell, HP and the more recent MSI with the Wind series, ASUS have scheduled several variants of the Eee PC concept for launch. Feeling the heat of the 10" MSI Wind series, ASUS have announced the Eee PC 1000 and Eee PC 1000H complete with Intel's Atom processor, nearly full-size keyboard, and the option to select a HDD for the first time on the Eee series.

Apart from these, four new models, the 903, 904, 904 HD, and 905 are in line. Coming to the Eee PC 904 and 905, although not much is known about the differences between the 904 and 905, both use the larger 10" Eee PC 1000's frame with the smaller 8.9" screen from the Eee PC 900/900. So users can now have the 8.9" screen and a larger keyboard; but they now have to deal with the increased screen bezel. With the 904 HD, the 'HD' doesn't refer to a high-definition display as most of us would assume, but that you get a conventional hard-disk drive instead of a solid-state drive. We've already covered the Eee Monitor in a recent news item here.

With inputs from DailyTech

MSI Also Working on a Desktop Wind PC

In addition to the fresh ASUS Eee PC competition (MSI Wind), we have learned that Micro Star International is also in preparation of a desktop Wind PC computer. The Linux based desktop equivalent of Wind PC will pack in a passively cooled 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, Intel 945GC + ICH7 motherboard, 1GB DDR2-533 SO-DIMM memory (up to 2GB), 160GB 3.5-inch HDD, integrated ALC888 7.1 channel HD Audio and a Gigabit LAN. MSI claims that noise levels will be a little over 30dBa and the whole PC will consume just 30W, even though it will come with a 65W power adapter. Expect more information after Computex starts (June 3-7, 2008).

Source: VR-Zone
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