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Tuesday, 27 May 2008 17:37

MSI Wind notebook has multiple lid designs

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Plain is also an option

MSI was showing off several lid designs for its upcoming Wind PC notebook, or U100 as it'll be known  when it comes to model names. The basic white and black versions will be joined by several fancy lid designs for those that are looking for something slightly different.

Although we can't say that we fell in love with all of the options, most of them are a bit too "girly" for us, but we're sure there will be many young girls and teenagers that will love the kind of designs MSI has come up with; not to mention that they've one-upped Asus' Eee PC by adding some designer flair.

We also had a quick go on the keyboard and it actually feels quite tactile and the keys are not nearly as small as those on the Eee PC, making the Wind PC a far more usable computer.

Here are some pictures of the various lid designs and the Wind PC in general.

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