MSI has launched a new version of its Wind U230 thin and light notebook. The original U230 had a 12.1 inch display, but the new MSI Wind U230 Light has a slightly smaller 11.6 inch display.

The screen size is the primary difference between the new Light model and earlier versions of the U230. Like its predecessors, the enw laptop has a 1.6GHz AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a 250GB hard drive. It has a 1366 x 768 pixel display, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, HDMI ouput, and runs Windows 7 Home Premium.

The MSI Wind U230 Light is available for $399.99 from Amazon.

via Netbook News.de

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5 replies on “MSI introduces Wind U230 Light notebook for $400”

  1. With Nile out, why are they pushing the old MV-40’s who suck battery power and are HOT? Didn’t MSI get the memo, or are they just trying to clear out their inventory before moving up to the latest version?

  2. The other MSI 230 also has an L335 dual core processor, this is a Neo MV-40. 400 points in Passmark difference.

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