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Monday, 21 December 2009 12:47

MSI readies Pineview netbooks

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Wind U130, U135, U140 and U160


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is apparently readying four Pineview based netbooks, but details are still rather sketchy.

According to Netbook choice, the U130 and U135 should be similar to the venerable Wind U100, but will offer a more spacious trackpad. The U140 seems to be a repackaged U123, while the U160 features a very thin chassis. However, it is not clear whether the U160 is a Pineview or CULV based unit.

MSI is expected to showcase the new Winds at CES 2010 in January and we will try to learn more about them over the next few days. In the meantime, you can check the first photo of the U135 here.
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