CNET Crave has a gallery up and a hands-on of MSI's Wind. With new cheapie subnotebooks on their way from Dell and Asus and the Eee already a success, it's got to stand out–and it does...
This could be the best mini laptop so far -- it's comfortable to use, has a good display, is super-affordable and promises great performance.Hands-On [CNET Crave]
We like: Screen; keyboard; value for money.
We don't like: Mouse trackpad could be bigger; no integrated 3G.