So it  turns out that when I told you the Neo ViVid V1100 was an MSI Wind clone destined for the Philippines, I was wrong. While PC Corner certainly had a picture of an MSI Wind lookalike on the product page for a while, it has since been replaced with the photo shown above.

I can’t say I’ve seen any mini-notebook that looks quite like this one, and I can’t say I’m impressed. The speakers are a bit too prominent for my taste, and the case looks a little cheap. But that makes sense, because this ain’t exactly the most expensive netbook money can buy. PC Corner is charging 19,990 Philippine, or about $440 US.

Here’s what you get for your money:

  • 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • 120GB HDD
  • 8.9 inch display
  • 3-in-1 card reader
  • WiFi

No word on whether this computer will be available outside the Philippines anytime soon. Or ever.

Update: As jkkmobile and Joanna Stern kindly pointed out in the comments, it looks like this is an Amtek Elego/Sylvania G Meso style device.

thanks k!

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