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MSI U115 Hybrid Storage Notebook

MSI has just announced their new U115 Hybrid notebook computer which claims to be the first in the world that can operate both SSD and HDD hard drives simultaneously. It features a 10-inch display, 802.11b/g/n wireless connectivity, 4-in-1 card reader and weighs just 1kg with 3-cell battery. 

MSI recently announced their latest U115 Hybrid notebook PC which claims to be the first in the world to operate both SSD (solid-state drive) and HDD (hard disk drive)simultaneously, and combine all the features of SSD  and HDD  for your enjoyment.

Incorporating MSI proprietary Hybrid Storage Technology, the battery life of U115 Hybrid is extremely long in “ECO on” mode, according to the manufacturer.

The U115 Hybrid is equipped with 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 10-inch LCD display with LED backlight for superior quality images, 802.11 b/g/n wireless, 4-in-1 card reader and preloaded with Windows XP Home operating system.

Processor Intel Atom Processor Z530 (1.60GHz)
Operation System Genuine Windows XP Home
Chipset Intel Poulsbo US15W
Memory DDR2 533MHz , 1 GB (By module only) (Chipset support to 2GB)
LCD 10-inch 1024×600 LCD Panel
Storage 1. 120Gb/160Gb HDD (2.5″ SATA HDD)
2. 8Gb/16Gb SSD
Card reader 4-in-1 (XD/SD/MMC/Memory Stick)
Webcam 2.0MP webcam
I/O  1x D-sub, 3x USB2.0, Mic-in, Headphone, RJ45
Battery 3 cells / 6 cells (option)
Wireless 802.11b/g/n, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth V2.0 EDR (option)
Webcam 1.3 M / 2.0M  (option)
Sound 2 speakers
Dimension 260x180x19-31.5 mm
Weight 1.0 kg (including 3 cells battery)

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