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Tuesday, 22 December 2009 11:47

MSI's Wind U160 shows up online

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Ready to be presented at CES 2010

The guys from Engadget managed to score some pictures of the upcoming MSI Wind U160, a classy and elegant Wind version based on the Intel Pinetrail platform.

The specifications are pretty much the same as on the Wind U135, at least for the CPU, chipset and graphics, but some things are certainly changed as rumoured battery life on this one is over 10 hours. It will either have a bigger/better battery or we'll see some other changes under the hood as well.

In any case, the Wind U160 certainly looks a lot better than the Wind U135 and has certain quality and elegant feel to it, at least on these first pictures.

The price is rumoured to start at US $350, and it will be officially presented at CES 2010. You can find more pictures here.

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