MSI unveils all-new powerful netbook Wind U180 for 2012
MSI today unveiled its all-new powerful Wind U180 for 2012. This ultra-thin, ultra-light netbook features Intel’s new generation, power-sipping, high performance Cedar Trail Atom processing platform packed in a snazzy chassis. MSI Wind U180 boasts twice the processing and display performance of the previous generation netbook as well as eight hours of battery power. Its display is some three times more powerful than that of the previous generation, enabling the high resolution LED screen to show much more detail and color. The HDMI slot allows to connect the U180 netbook to a large HDTV to maximize multimedia entertainment. The stylish MSI Wind U180 netbook comes optional with the new generation dual-core Intel Atom N2800 processor with advanced 32nm-based process which works in conjunction with the Intel NM10 high-speed chip set.
Intel’s Atom processor not only effectively enhances processor and overall system performance by more than 20% over previous generation netbooks; it also supports DDR3 system memory, while using much less power than the earlier platform. The MSI Wind U180 utilizes the latest generation display graphics technology, enabling it to play high resolution 1080p movies, and it supports digital display and conferencing capabilities, such as HDMI. The Wind U180’s ultra slim, ultra-light netbook sports a unique display axle and offers you a choice of minimalist black, angel white or lavender chassis protected from scratching and wear by the attractive IMR color film print. The palm-placement areas are sheathed in an attractive gleaming cover which adds to the overall elegance of the MSI Wind U180.