MSI’s Wind U110 was a perfectly fine netbook when it was released in January, but the newer Toshiba NB205 and HP Mini 5101 make it look outdated. MSI updated the U110 with a 15-hour, 9-cell battery, but is that enough?
I’m a little torn. In even acknowledging the OpenBook Nano, I ensure that Apple will shut down Macwind, the company selling stock MSI Wind U100s preloaded with OS X for $US399. But that’s not the worst of it.
its Wind Top AE1900—the nettop that only needs a 45W trickle of power—finally giving us a price: $US529. Which is cheaper than some “netbooks” nowadays.