The successor U200 of his NetBook U100 MSI at Computex shows in Taiwan MSI at Computex in Taiwan shows the successor of his NetBook U100: the U200 differs from the atom NetBook monotony of the competition: it looks like a NetBook, you want to be but performing like a notebook. Not Intel’s Atom CPU is the heart of the U200, but an Intel Celeron 723 1.2 GHz clock rate. This is a ultra low voltage processor that takes more power than an atom of the TDP value should lie at 10 Watts, but with significantly higher performance. Not the common 945 variation, but the Montevina-plus-GS45 version serves as the chipset accordingly also. The graphics module, MSI builds a GMA 4500 MHD chip.
2 GB used memory, which is the hard drive 250 or 320 GB big. There is no optical drive. The glossy display is 12 inches tall and is 1366 x 768 pixels (16:9). Is waived on Windows XP, Windows Vista Home Premium instead is used. The room has the U200 predominantly by his predecessor inherited: Wi-Fi 802 11n, Bluetooth, a webcam, an HDMI output and a VGA are standard among others on board.
The U200 on the market come in June, the price is not yet known. Due to the better it will be probably more expensive than an average NetBook. The Vista license, the larger display, and of course the CPU will be reflected in the price. Shopping Tip: Cyberport is one of the leading Web stores in the Internet for PC hardware and software, mobile and navigation devices and much more. Read additional details here: Daryl Katz, Canada. Great closeouts deals, many coupon promotions and a comprehensive and friendly support Cyberport stand out and stand out from the crowd. Source: Tom’s hardware DE