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MSI Wind D130 nettop released

Posted on Wednesday, January 14 2009 @ 21:18:43 CET by

MSI has introduced the Wind Nettop D130, this system features a dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor and has 2GB DDR2 memory. It has a built-in DVD burner and consumes only 35W in load.
Onboard DVD Super-Multi
The compact MSI Wind Nettop D130 features a Super-Multi DVD burner to back up data, install software or play a movie. The MSI Wind Nettop D130 is designed for the living room and can be connected to any LCD TV. The built-in Super-Multi DVD burner can play a variety of video and music file formats.

7.1 Channel Surround Sound
Whether it is for 3D entertainment or videos, MSI Wind Nettop D130 enables an optimal viewing and listening experience. The MSI Wind Nettop D130 supports 7.1 Channel Surround Sound output. Through the restore sound field, this compact PC gives an excellent home-theater experience. It comes with hi-fi speakers and powerful subwoofer, performing a clear treble.

Energy-Saving and Ultra-Quiet
MSI Wind Nettop D130 is equipped with Intel® Atom™ dual-core processor and 2GB DDR2 memory. The full speed operation of Wind Nettop D130 is only 35W. Compared to the traditional ATX chassis of 250W~300W, MSI Wind Nettop D130 can save up to 89% on power consumption. The processor and the chipset of MSI Wind Nettop D130 are passively cooled, generating only 30dB of operating noise.



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