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MSI launches U123-series Wind netbooks
Press release, April 14; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 14 April 2009]

Micro-Star international (MSI) has announced the U123-series Wind Netbooks. The first three models in the U123-series are the U123, U123H and U123T.

The U123-series use the Intel Atom platform, a 160GB hard drive, 2GB of memory and a 10-inch display, said MSI.

For mobile business applications, the U123-series also feature 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi capability, while the U123H will also include a 3.5G mobile network card.

The U123T also features an integrated TV tuner that allows consumers to watch and record TV programs, added MSI.

MSI: Wind U123 netbook series specifications

Item

Detail

CPU

Intel Atom N280 processor

Chipset

945GSE + ICH7-M

Graphic

UMA

Memory

DDR2 533MHz 1GB on board

LCD

10-inch (1024×600) LED

HDD

80/120/160 GB (2.5-inch SATA)

Card Reader

4-in-1 (SD/MMC/MS/XD)

Battery

3 cell/ 6 cell (Option)

Webcam

1.3M/ 2.0M (Option)

Sound

2 speakers

Dimension

260mm × 180mm × 9.75~33mm

Weight

~1Kg

3G Communication

3.5G HSDPA (U123H only)

Special Feature

Build-in TV tuner (U123T only)

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, April 2009

MSI U123 netbook series

MSI Wind U123 netbook series
Photo: Company

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