MSI Wind U100 10-inch Netbook (Page 4)

| May 7, 2009 at 7:29 am CDT
Rating: 92%Manufacturer: MSI
The MSI Wind U100 Netbook
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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The first time you lay eyes on the U100 the thing that really hits you is how small the computer is. The U100 makes Mini Me look like a giant. The lid to my review unit was a shiny, gloss black plastic that is prone to gathering fingerprints and smudges. If black isn't your thing you can get yours in white or pink.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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This shot shows the back of the Wind U100 with the lid closed. There is really nothing to see here but the rather fat 6-cell battery sticking out under the netbook.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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On the right side of the U100 hides the VGA out, RJ-45 port, headphone jack, microphone jack, memory card reader and a single USB port.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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The front is much like the back of the U100, not really much to see. If you look closely, the beveled wrist rest gives you a glimpse of the status LEDs.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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The left side of the U100 sports the port for the AC adapter, Kensington style lock and a pair of USB ports. The large grate you see is a heat exhaust vent.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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This is a shot of the bottom of the U100. You can see the Windows sticker, the fat little 6-cell battery and the cooling grates to keep the works of the tiny netbook cool.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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In this shot, you get a glimpse of the 10-inch LED backlit LCD with its matte finish that thankfully throws little glare.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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Here is perhaps the most important element of any netbook -- the keyboard. Some netbooks like the older ASUS models have an odd key arrangement; the U100 puts the right shift key where it's supposed to be. The keys are small, but well spaced for a netbook. You can also see in this shot how close to the keyboard the track pad is.
MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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The white carry pouch that looks like something straight out of the 1970's is the only accessory that came with the U100, aside from the power adapter.

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