MSI has announced its entry into the burgeoning tablet PC market at this week's Computex event in Taipei, with the launch of the new MSI WindPad.
Ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair is set to join a US venture capitalist company in an advisory role, specialising in green and eco-friendly technologies.
MSI's latest netbook is the first off the starting blocks to make use of Intel's latest Atom processor, the N450, or the more artfully named 'Pine Trail'.
MSI has unveiled its new range of Wind netbooks, with the emphasis very much on saving the battery life while maintaining performance.
Mobile computing specialists MSI are developing a new touchscreen netbook based around Intel's next gen Pine Trail Atom platform, to be unveiled at CES 2010 next January.
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MSI's latest version of its popular Wind netbook, the U123, has been announced this week, featuring a faster processor than the first-gen models along with an in-built 3G radio and television tuner.
UpdatedThe laptop market has changed in recent months and it has been due to the introduction of the Asus Eee PC, which single-handedly created the low-cost mini-laptop market segment. To support this market, Intel has now released its Atom processor, designed specifically for such laptops and the MSI Wind U100 is the first machine we've seen sporting the new chip.
After notebooks got the budget treatment and turned into cheap, simple netbooks, now we're seeing the same thing happen to desktops, such as the new all-in-one from MSI.
ExclusiveThe next generation of netbooks will have a 14 hour battery life, far better graphics and be Windows 7 ready. That's according to MSI's Sales Director Andy Tung, who adds that his company will look to experiment with different screen sizes – although he believes netbooks should "keep things simple."