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MSI brings Wind Nettop CS120 to US shores

updated 02:35 pm EDT, Thu March 12, 2009

MSI Wind Nettop CS120

MSI on Thursday afternoon brought the Wind Nettop CS120 to the US. The mini desktop is slightly slower than the CS100, opting for a single-core 1.6GHz Atom 230 instead of the dual-core Atom 330, but is a complete system with 1GB of built-in memory, a 160GB hard drive and 802.11g Wi-Fi. It's also one of the few nettops to have a built-in DVD burner instead of relying on USB storage or the network.

The PC has expansion room for 2GB of total memory as well as a CF card slot, 6 total USB ports, Ethernet in and VGA out; Windows XP Home is its only operating system choice. MSI doesn't mention pricing or specific release dates for the new Wind desktop, though the system has already shown up in a Newegg listing for $300.



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