MSI Cuts Wind Netbook Price, Brings In Linux and Ups Its Specs

MSI has spruced up its Wind series of notebooks, and bring upon some noteworthy modifications in its designs, to make it more intriguing and purposeful for its users.

The new MSI U90 Wind netbook sports 8.9-inch screen display, and exudes capacious storage with its built-in 80GB hard drive; further, the company has brought major change in the operating system it runs on, as it replaced Windows XP OS with the new SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, employing the KDE interface and doesn’t offer on-board Bluetooth support.

All these changes has remarkably bring down the cost of the Linux version of MSI U90 netbook to GBP269, GBP60 less than its parent model, making it more pocket friendly to its customers.

Meanwhile, the U100 netbook is available in bright pink flavour, and includes an impressive 120GB hard drive storage, which costs around GBP329, and 80GB version for the same ships with a price tag of GBP319.