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MSI
is not letting Asus steal the whole netbook market with its eee PC.
The company is set to launch further additions to its Wind range of
tiny laptops.

The Wind 2 or U120, sports a slightly more polished look than its
predecessor, but underneath the bonnet not much else has changed.

Inside the notebook features an Intel Atom
CPU (running at 1.6GHz), 120GB HDD (or an optional 20 or 40GB SSD) , 802.11n wireless networking and 3.5G/HSDPA
connectivity via an integrated Sim card holder.

There is also a choice of a three-cell or a six-cell battery for up to four hours use.

The device is slated for release later this year and will probably cost £350.

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