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Tuesday, 27 May 2008 17:02

Fancy colors for the MSI Wind desktop PC

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Pick a color, any color but that one

During the press event today in Taipei Taiwan, MSI was showing off several different designs of its upcoming Wind PC desktop system, and it looks the the rumours came true: the Wind PC will indeed be available in a wide range of colours.

However, we didn't spot the baby blue edition, so sorry for those looking forward to this one. The good news is that it appears to have been replaced by a black and orange design, which looks better than the other color options that were on display.

The garish pink model really stood out and we can't say we're too fond of it, although a more mellow pink and white model is also available. The white model had some baby blue highlights, but our favorite of the ones on display was the black and orange one for some strange reason.

Four mockups were also on display with custom stickers on one of the sides of the system, with various colors on the front panels, and all of these models would use a standard 5.25-inch drive rather than the slim-line optical drive in the other models.

Here are some pictures of the various Wind PC designs.

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