Mar 10 2010

MSI’s Wind U160 Netbook: 15 Hours of Battery Life

MSI (Micro-Star International), a netbook manufacturer, has announced the release of the much anticipated “Wind U160” netbook.

At first, the model seems to offer the usual netbook features: an Intel Atom N450 processor, 6-cell battery, Bluetooth functionality, and Windows 7.

However, its design shows innovation and creativity. The Wind U160 has evolved from the traditional clamshell figure to a slim .98 inches. The hinge is very much the same as a normal netbook, but has become more cylindrical with the addition of a power button constructed within. The chassis comes in a stylish gold and black model.

The Wind U160 truly shines above other typical netbooks by offering an outrageous 15 hours of battery life (in the company’s specially designed ECO mode). It’s no surprise that this netbook was the winner of the 2010 iF Product Design competition. Models are currently available starting at $380.

Via Maximum PC

1 Comments on this post

Trackbacks

  1. MSI’s Wind U160 Netbook: 15 Hours of Battery Life | All Netbook News wrote:

    […] more from the original source:  MSI’s Wind U160 Netbook: 15 Hours of Battery Life AKPC_IDS += "392,"; Share and […]

    March 11th, 2010 at 4:28 am

LEAVE A COMMENT

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Sponsors

Site Value
My site is worth:
Rank
What's your
Site Value?

Popular Posts