The MSI Windbook netbooks brought the company fame and fortune in 2008. At this year's CES show, MSI announced three new netbooks models, the U115 hybrid (hard drive and SSD combo), the U115 (traditional hard drive) and the U120H. The netbooks will come out in the US in late Q1, 2009.
Here are some pictures of these netbooks, live from CES:
The MSI U115 Hybrid
Processor- Intel Atom Processor Z530, 1.60GHz; Operation System- Genuine Windows XP Home Chipset- Intel Poulsbo US15W Memory- DDR2 533MHz , 1 GB; Chipset support to 2GB LCD- 10" 1024 x 600 LCD Panel Storage- 1. 120Gb/160Gb HDD; 2.5" SATA HDD 2. 8Gb/16Gb SSD Card reader- 4 in 1 XD/SD/MMC/Memory Stick Webcam- 2.0 M Webcam I/O- D-sub x 1 , USB 2.0 x 3 , Mic-in , Headphone, RJ45 Battery- 3 cells / 6 cells / 9 cells Wireless- 802.11b/g/n, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth V2.0EDR Webcam - 1.3 M / 2.0M Sound- 2 speakers Dimensions- 260 x 180 x 19-31.5mm Weight- ~1.0 Kg with 3 cells battery
The MSI U120 with 3.5G and WiMAX
U120H specs: -Intel Atom Processor 1.6GHz -Windows XP Home -Intel 945GSE + Intel ICH7M -10" W (1024 x 600) WSVGA LED display -Intel GMA 950 -DDR2-533/667 1G -160 GB SATA drive -Built-in 10/100 LAN, built-in 802.11b/g WLAN Card, Bluetooth supported but optional, 3.5G HSDPA -1Kg with 3-cell battery (also 6-cell and 9-cell batteries available)
In addition to the netbooks, MSI also showed off a new X320 13-inch model notebook that has the look of the MacBook Pro. It has a 13.4? display with an optimized 16:9 screen, offers 4-cell and 8-cell battery options. The claimed operation time for the 8-cell battery is up to 10 hours.
Here is the MSi PX600 notebook with 3 megapixel built-in web cam: