MSI Wind Box: The Slap-On PC

MSI Wind Box: The Slap-On PC

Micro-Star International has announced a new model in its Wind PC line — the MSI Wind Box. It’s a thin, lightweight PC that you can attach to any display screen.

The WindBOX is an Atom-based PC geared towards thin clients, POS and digital signage.


Detailed Specs:
Intel Atom 1.6GHz N270
Intel GMA 950 3D Graphic Engine
3 x USB 2.0 port
1 VGA port
WiFi 802.11 b/g
10/100 Realtek LAN
1 SMA Connector (antenna)
3-in-1 card reader
SATA II Storage

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It has the same size and weight as a regular netbook though it’s not indicated what OS is pre-installed. So, instead of a regular video player (or cable TV) hooked up to a huge LCD screen on the wall, you can have this one.

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15 Responses

  1. madzman23 says:

    Wow, great stuff!
    That is a great innovation and can really come along with your LCD TV.
    Hmmm.. Just wondering how much this will be..? I should be cheaper than netbooks. :D

  2. jox says:

    wow. looks really great and very handy. how much could it be? and the specs are also good.

  3. Obed says:

    I wish if another company will make one of this, they’ll give it at 2GB Ram and a good Video Card :)

  4. This is really awesome!!! but i guess it would be worth something expensive. Technology really drives faster..

  5. TechPinas says:

    That’s really ingenious.

  6. calvin says:

    hmm hope it would go for only 10k. :)

  7. oh… how large is the internal SATA II Storage? di kasi naka indicate.. wah :D pero astig sya :D hehe ang liit cguro ng fan neto or baka wala nang fan/cooler sa loob :D

  8. BrianB says:

    This is the BIGGEST Tech news on the Internet right now.

    Zumba phone boasts Star Trek technology and fools BBC.

  9. Andre Marcelo-Tanner says:

    is there an svideo port there? i dunno about sticking this on a lcd tv…

  10. This is a good one… another gadget to lookout for.

  11. Snow says:

    Looks good and it’s cute! ^_^

  12. Unknown Soldier says:

    ahhh… i thought that was a wireless router! lolz!

    all i can say is that, performance might not be great… and also, the pix didn’t include the “wiring” setup thus, this unit may look ugly with all the wires cluttered on it…

    another thing is that, this unit is disposable! how can you change the motherboard or other parts on that unit? thus, it aint earth friendly.

    i’ll stick with big bloated CPU that i have here… its easy to upgrade some things and customize your own setup.

  13. joan says:

    I assume that this product is cheaper than the msi netbook since it doesnt have a monitor attach to it. I bought my msi netbook last january and so far I’m satisfied with its performance. The new netbooks of msi has great designs and I’d really like to have one of those. I think I’ll sell my msi u100 and buy a new model

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