MSI is showing off its new line of Atom N450 Pine Trail powered netbooks at CES. I snapped a few photos of the MSI Wind U135 and U160 last night, but it turns out my camera settings were a bit wonky and basically I have a bunch of blurry photos. I’ll try to remedy this situation later this week, but in the meantime, I did pick up the MSI press kit, so I can share some high quality press shots.

The Wind U160 is probably the sexier of the two netbooks, thanks to its gold and silver color scheme and light weight. It’s just 2.2 pounds thanks to a new body design, but features the same CPU, keyboard, display, and other components as the MSI Wind U135.

More pictures after the break.

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4 replies on “MSI Wind U160 in pictures”

  1. 2.2 pounds for a 3 cell or 6 cell? Brad you need to be a bit more specific when you quote the weight and price of any machine. thanks for your kind efforts.

    1. This is the world of marketing.

      Weight is with the smallest battery, battery life is with the biggest battery (at minimal use) and price is with the lowest configuration. World of minefields really.

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