There’s another Fusion based nettop over at CeBIT 2011. MSI has brought its AMD Brazos-based nettop to the CeBIT 2011, called the MSI Wind Box DC100.
Said to be a ‘perfect’ HTPC, the slim and light DC100 is equipped with the E-350 APU (accelerated processing unit) which features two 1.6 GHz Bobcat x86 cores and Radeon HD 6310 (DirectX 11) graphics, has 2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, it includes six USB 2.0 ports and provides one HDMI output enabling connectivity with a large display or TV for some sweet 1080p viewing.
Design looks pretty awful but luckily they haven’t finalized the design yet. No word on when it’ll ship or no word on pricing.
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