msi l2100

MSI has added a new AMD Athlon Neo-powered laptop to its lineup. The 12.1 inch notebook looks an awful lot like the previously released MSI Wind U210, but the new model has a new name and a new operating system. It’s called the MSI L2100-036US and it runs Windows 7 Home Premium instead of Windows Vista.

The CPU is a 1.6GHz AMD Neo MV-40 processor, and the display has a resolution of 1366 x 768. Rounding out the specs are ATI Radeon X1250 graphics,  2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 3 USb ports, a 4-in-1 card reader, mice and headphone jacks (and a line in jack, which is uncommon on notebooks), as well as VGA and HDMI outputs.

The LS2100 weighs 3.2 pounds with a 6 cell battery and measures 11.7″ x 7.5″ x 1.2″. The new model also costs about $20 less than the MSI Wind U210, at $459.99.

via Netbooked

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5 replies on “MSI introduces 12.1 inch laptop with AMD CPU, Windows 7”

  1. Where, oh where, is the U230 dual core? I’m hoping they bring it out soon…

    1. More important than the dual core is the HD3200 graphics. I got so excited for a moment when I saw the I2100…only to have my hopes dashed again when I saw it still has the x1250. I swear they are holding off on releasing it so they can get rid of the ones with the x1250 and so that people will break down and buy a thin and light with the 4500mhd :(.

      They’ve been announced for months.

    1. Such a good deal. Now the 10 inchers will have to drop substantially. Amazing, at 399 for Win 7 Premium, I think it is so so worth it for a 12 incher

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