This is hardly the first time we’ve seen naked photos of the upcoming MSI Wind notebook. But somehow topless computer photos always look a little classier when they’re on the FCC web site.

The FCC’s got all the usual goodies, including a few “confidential” letters, an operational description, user manual (PDF link) and lots and lots of images. You can check out some of the highlights in the slideshow below:

[via jkkmobile]

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One reply on “The MSI Wind shows up on the FCC web site, takes off its top”

  1. Take a look at the “Date Submitted to FCC” column for all the documents in this filing: 6/25/2008. It really doesn’t look like the Wind will be available 6/27 or within the next couple of weeks if the FCC just received the application for their review and approval.

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