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Friday, 27 November 2009 11:34

MSI outs Wind U230

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Dual-core Neo and new chipset

Shortly
after launching the X430, MSI has decided to announce another refresh of its AMD ultrathin lineup.

The 12-inch Wind U230 got a new AMD RS780MN + SB710 chipset with Radeon HD3200 graphics and a new, dual-core Athlon L335 processor.

Other than that, the U230 is pretty much like a plain U200/210. It packs a 1366x768 screen, up to 320GB of storage and up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM.

Nothing new in the connectivity department either, just b/g/n wireless and optional Bluetooth. It is available with 3-cell or 6-cell power packs and weighs 1.3kg with the 3-cell unit.

No word on pricing or availability yet, but it should end up somewhat cheaper than Intel CULV-based models.
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