To take the success of Wind PC forward MSI intends to launch whole bunch of Wind netbooks. The models which are about to hit market are the Wind U115, U110 and U120H. All three on them are 10-inch netbooks based on Intel processors and boast facial recognition software Easyface. The U115 is the flagship model based on Intel’s next-generation Poulsbo chipset with Atom Z530 processor running under its hood. It offers 2GB DDR2 RAM, UMA Graphics, hybrid hard drive, 802.11a/b/g/n wireless, and Bluetooth.
On the other hand the U120H features 1.6GHz Atom processor, 1GB RAM, UMA graphics, up to 160GB HDD, 2.0mp webcam, wireless, Bluetooth, HSDPA, and 4in1 card reader.
The U110 is similarly specced except for 250GB HDD.
No word on pricing and availability.
[Via Notebook Italia]