Pack up your MSI Wind U160
Go to Beautiful Places, Meet Beautiful People
Endless stretches of white sands against fairytale blue seas and skies. You're traveling simple and light and your chic, new MSI Wind U160 is the perfect companion. Its thin body and cylindrical power hinge flashes a cold luminescence. Its minimalistic beauty and simple lines only add to your poise and class.
The right people, the right spot, and the right equipment are the perfect formula for the perfect vacation. MSI outdid itself in the design of the Wind U160-your ideal travel companion. Tipping the scales at just 1kg and boasting 15 hours of power on one charge, the Wind U160 is your first step to a relaxed and carefree vacation.
MSI is custom designed for beautiful people, who enjoy beautiful things, and traveling to beautiful places. With this in mind, MSI, in cooperation with BeautifulPeople.com, asked more than 30,000 of its members to select 25 travel hot spots where the beautiful congregate. With your Wind U160 in hand, now, you'll be able to find and enjoy the beautiful places and let beautiful things happen.
What places do the beautiful consider the most ideal travel destinations? Well, it would seem that the best of the best are all nestled up against azure oceans and silky white beaches. Brazil's Trancoso topped the list of gorgeous destinations followed by Laguna Beach, California (USA), Grande Plage in Biarritz, France, South Beach, Florida (USA), and Mexico's Cabo San Lucas. There's no better time than now to sling your MSI Wind U160 over your shoulder and head off to one of these paradises on earth to enjoy adventures and meet other beautiful people like yourself.
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