Red MSI Wind U100Looking for a netbook that doesn’t come in the usual black or white color scheme? Acer, Dell, and Lenovo already offer a choice of colors. And now Samsung is jumping on the bandwagon, with the release of a blue model of the Samsung NC10 netbook.

MSI, which has already released black, white, and pink versions of the MSI Wind U100 is also expanding its color lineup with a limited edition red model. The cherry red MSI Wind U100 will only be available in Taiwan at launch, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see it show up in other countries in the not too distant future.

via UMPC Portal and Mobile Computer Magazine

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6 replies on “Samsung, MSI add a little color to their netbooks”

  1. I have to agree that black or silver is far more sexy from a “guy” point of view… I spend alot of time during the day getting my laptop out of its case to help with a problem and i would be embarrased if it was red or god forbid “pink” I guess its a girl thing but i would never buy a laptop that is not black or silver… white at a push.

  2. That’s the thing, they didn’t skip it, they just skipped it here. The UK gets to live it up with the black model.

  3. Yes, It’s a shame that Samsung decided to skip the black NC10 (for now at least). In the pics it looks damn sexy.

  4. Yeah it was, but they have been late to deliver. As usual, white gets the top priority. I don’t know why netbook manufacturers think white is so important. When the EEE 701 first came out I was tempted, but it wasn’t until Galaxy Black came out that I bought one.

    You here that Samsung? I WANT A BLACK ONE IN NORTH AMERICA!

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