MSI Wind PC

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MSI Wind PC
Developer Micro-Star International
Type Desktop, Nettop
Operating system Windows XP Home and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
Power External 19 VDC, 40 W Adaptor.
CPU 1.6 GHz Intel Atom 330
Memory 2 GB maximum; HDD 160 GB
Display VGA adaptor
Graphics Intel GMA 950
Connectivity 10/100/1000 Mbit Ethernet Bluetooth
USB 2.0 ports
Memory card reader
VGA video output

MSI Wind PC is a nettop counterpart to the MSI Wind Netbook.[1] The MSI Wind PC is sold in Europe, Asia,[2] and in the United States, barebones kits were available until Summer 2009, when desktop units also became available.[3]

On January 15, 2009, MSI announced a new model of the Wind, the NetTop D130, with a dual-core processor.[4]

Currently there are 3 MSI wind PC models listed on the MSI website: Wind PC, Wind PC (Linux), and the Wind PC 100. In addition, there are 8 products using the "Nettop" name and 6 that use alphanumeric codes, i.e. 6676-003BUS or 6667BB-004US.[5]

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