Dealzmodo: $300 MSI Wind or Acer Aspire at Microcenter

If you don't have big plans this weekend, Microcenter will be selling both the MSI Wind » 11/18/08 4:00pm 11/18/08 4:00pm and for $300 in-store only on November 22nd. After recent price reductions, both 1.6GHz Atom systems retail for $350. But as we all learned in grade school, $50 is $50. And if you can ever save $50, that's just more money you can…

Dealzmodo: MSI Wind Now $350 at Best Buy

Here's a fantastic deal that appears to be a permanent price reduction. The MSI Wind, which we reviewed » 11/04/08 11:45am 11/04/08 11:45am and like a lot, recently arrived at for $399. Not bad. But now the price has been dropped down to $350. Even with the hitting this December, the original Wind is a very nice machine (10" screen, XP, 1.6GHz Atom),…

MSI Wind Scores 30% Performance Boost in Free Update

Overclocking is nothing new, but rarely is it promoted by a PC manufacturer, let alone in a netbook. But MSI has released the v1.09 BIOS update for their Wind mini-notebook » 10/24/08 2:01pm 10/24/08 2:01pm that allows users to function key toggle an 8%, 15% or 24% automatic overclock that can translate to a (as independently tested). You'll notice…

MSI's 3.5G-Packing Wind U120 Netbook Coming In November For Around $550

Earlier this month we peeked at official shots » 10/20/08 10:00am 10/20/08 10:00am of the MSI Wind's 3.5G-equipped refresh, the 10" U120. Now news from Taiwan is that the U120 will hit the wild in November at $552 (converted) in both white and black, with an Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB memory and a 120GB hard drive loaded with Windows XP in addition…

Dealzmodo: MSI Wind Now Available for $430

MSI keeps upping the rebates on their Wind U110 netbooks, probably to stay competitive with the cheaper Acer Aspire One. If you're interested, the 3-cell battery Wind, good for about 2 hours » 10/10/08 2:00pm 10/10/08 2:00pm of battery life, can be picked up for $430 after rebates. (A 6-cell Aspire One is just $400). The Wind has 120GB of storage as…

Zero-Cost Gadget Upgrades For the Next Great Depression

Hanging out at sites like Giz may have instilled in you an insatiable, pocket-emptying gadget habit. But now we're entering a new era-the old guys on the TV are saying that soon we may not even have pockets, let alone money for them. Don't panic though: You've probably got a wealth of gadgetry sitting underutilized… » 10/07/08 2:30pm 10/07/08 2:30pm