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MSI Wind Mini Notebook Review
The MSI Wind NB is one of the first mini-notebooks powered by Intel’s Atom processor—the smallest and lowest-power 45-nanometer processor to date. This 1.6-GHz CPU, along with 1GB of RAM, helped the Wind NB outperform other systems in its class. Programs loaded quickly even when we had several others running in the background. We could listen to music, have a videoconference with a friend, surf the Web, and write this review in OpenOffice Writer all at the same time with no hang-ups.
Although the Wind NB forgoes a solid state drive for a 5,400-rpm 80GB hard disk, we weren’t disappointed with its performance. The system booted in a quick 34 seconds (see for your yourself below) and packs plenty more space than a solid state drive would for files and applications.
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