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MSI Unveils Wind Box DC110 Mini PC

The MSI Wind Box DC110 has a slim, glossy white chassis which measures 191.8 mm (W), 150.93 mm (H) and 34.94 mm (D). With its uniquely tilted stand, the Wind Box can be easily stored throughout the house or office for ultimate convenience. For connectivity,  on the front of the Mini PC 2x are USB 2.0 ports, 1x card reader, and headphone jacks. On the rear of the case are VGA and HDMI output ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports, 1x Ethernet input, and more.

The MSI Wind Box DC110 Mini PC is powered by an Intel Celeron 847 1.1 GHz Dual Core Processor, Integrated Intel HD Graphics, and 2 GB of RAM. For storage, the Wind Box is equipped with a 320 GB 5,400 rpm hard drive. The Mini-PC runs on the included Windows 8 operating system.

With dual-screen support, HD playback, and 5.1 channel audio, the Wind Box DC110 still consumes only up to 40 W of power usage.

The MSI Wind Box DC110 is expected to be available in Europe before the end of March. For more information, please visit the product page.

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  • kracker
    ..Price please?
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  • fonzy
    I wish it had USB 3.0?
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  • I want to see a version of this based on amd's a50 chipset. Considering the fact that MSI makes motherboards i'm sure they can make a good small board with low power consumption. That at least features USB 3.0. You could slap on a slim blu ray drive and a tv tuner card(I think MSI still makes those) and pass it off as an HTPC.
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  • dalethepcman
    Boo... Even the windpad had 4GB of ram... Anything with 2GB of ram is almost useless with today's hungry applications, and the price difference is like $2
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  • blazorthon
    dalethepcmanBoo... Even the windpad had 4GB of ram... Anything with 2GB of ram is almost useless with today's hungry applications, and the price difference is like $2
    I still have a laptop with 2GB of RAM and it can do almost everything that my desktop with 16GB can do unless I try running several VMs at once or some other similarly non relevant usage for a computer such as this MSI system would be used for. The difference is price is also much higher than $2, granted it's still not big.

    fonzyI wish it had USB 3.0?
    USB 3.0 support would be helpful if you wanted to use some external hard drives with this for a NAS system. Otherwise, I don't think that it'd matter much and honestly, I'd prefer a NAS that wouldn't use multiple enclosures anyway.
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  • freggo
    Confusing news with press releases; and incomplete ones at that. No price :(
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  • falchard
    Considering MSI does not shy away from AMD for its WindTops, I am surprise they opted for a piece of crap processor and GPu pairing.
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  • ryushin
    There's an AMD version, DC100.
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  • jrgray93
    dalethepcmanBoo... Even the windpad had 4GB of ram... Anything with 2GB of ram is almost useless with today's hungry applications, and the price difference is like $22GB RAM is more than enough for general use. Not ideal for any modern gaming or intensive programs, but for a casual browser / word processing PC, that is just fine. If the price is fair, a system like this would be great in classrooms.
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