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MSI Publishes Specs of the new Wind U123, X320 and X340 Notebooks

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    It's a strong week for MSI, today the company publicized the full specifications of the new Wind U123 and the X320 & X340 X-Slim notebooks. The new Wind model is MSI's first to offer a 3G solution and a TV Tuner. Both the X320 and X340 laptops are just new models that refresh MSI's current line-up of mobile offerings, the X320 will utilize an Intel CULV processor, while the X320 is to use the new Intel Atom Z530 1.6 GHz processor. Full specs of all three participants follow below.

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    oooh nice!

    looks like we'll be breaking some new wind.
     
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    I was all excited about the X320 until I noticed that it's going to lack the HDMI port. So, back to hoping that Asus will put out a version of the N10 that has a 1366x768 display. -_-
     
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    Erm no one else think that 13" is a little too small to be classed as a slim laptop?

    Specs are rubbish as usual for anyone wanting to do a little more than look at web pages and msn.
     
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    The 13" is very poor specs for such a large footprint. Screen resolution should be better. And a decent anti-glare screen. And why the Z530? Isnt the N280 a better chip? The Z is typically the discount range. The SU 3500 is a nice chip. Clearly if you go for the 13" model, you need to get that version. The Z530 is just silly other than battery life. Perhaps that is what they hope to "sell" this model with.

    Let me add that the SU3500 looks tasty. I'd like to see this in a mini-itx.

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