Russian netbook fans are getting a rebranded version of the MSI Wind U100 laptop. You can already pick up a U90, which is the 9 inch version of the Wind in Russia. But for those looking for a roomier 10 inch screen, there’s the Roverbook Neo U100.

The Neo U100 appears to be prety much identical to the version of the MSI Wind available in the US. I say appears, because my Russian is not so good (read: nonexistent), and Google Translate doesn’t show me any real specs like hard drive capacity, CPU speed, or even screen resolution. What we do know is that the Neo U100 has a battery, 3 USB ports, a card reader, VGA output, and WiFi.

The RoverBook Neo U100 sells for 14,566.50 rubles, or about $621.76 US.
thanks Ivan Zenkov!

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5 replies on “RoverBook Neo U100: Russian version of the MSI Wind”

  1. Here is the online store that is selling NEO U100: And the price of Г100 there is only $585.


    CPU: Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz
    Display: 10” TFT, 1024 x 600
    RAM: 1 Gb
    HDD: 120 Gb SATA
    Networking: LAN 10/100 Mbit, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0
    Battery: 3-cell 2200 mAh (such as in MSI Wind)

    Netbook will be shipped only with FreeDOS – no Linux, no Win, no holywars. =)

  2. as far as i know the only difference is hard drive, it is 120 Gb %) it’s not clear to me wether it has a BT or not.


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