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    MSI Wind: The Freely To Play

    Don't you just love it when foreigners write english without it being checked?
    MSI -- MICRO-STAR INT'L CO., LTD.

    They have officially launched their product it seems now.
    My favorite sub-heading is 2/3rds the way down...
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    Re: MSI Wind: The Freely To Play

    "The Freely to Go"
    "The Freely to Operate"
    "The Freely to Play"


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    Re: MSI Wind: The Freely To Play

    I rather like the colour schemes' inclusion of "Angle White", presumably to be followed by "Tangent Blue" and "Geodesic Red"...

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    Re: MSI Wind: The Freely To Play

    Romantic pink?! what is romantic about that shade or pink in general? that just reminds me of this awful suped up pink playboy ford ka that can be seen hurtling around the housing estate I live on from time to time.

    On the subject of the Wind... that 80Gb HDD isn't selling it to me, whack an SSD in there and I might be more interested.

    Also where is the Linux version? is there still going to be one? and has anyone seen what distro is planned?

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    Lol @ "Hard Drive with Massive Capacity"

    80Gb? Yeah thats massive... And the Beetles are still big and Hippies roam the earth...

    Crazy Japanese.... Lolz....

    EDIT: Just found my favourite part.

    "The last battery life can escalate the mobility and the productiveness of the U100, which can also make your daily lives much more convenient."

    What the hell does that mean?

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    Re: MSI Wind: The Freely To Play

    Isn't is obvious?
    It means that they will give you a few batteries, the last of which will be alive / sentient (some form of nano-technology i suspect) and rather than using it to plug into the machine you must stand on it, whilst from underneath a jack comes out and you get escalated up into the air, becoming mobile through the skies as you fly off. And if you are a cannonball / circus artist, this will ease your productivity (the "u100" being you, er, aged 100 years old) as you dont have to crawl into cannons anymore, hence making your daily lives more convenient.

    So it's the perfect tool for OAP cannonballers who want more than one battery.
    Not in any way contrived, and quite obvious.
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    Re: MSI Wind: The Freely To Play

    Quote Originally Posted by MSIC View Post
    Isn't is obvious?
    It means that they will give you a few batteries, the last of which will be alive / sentient (some form of nano-technology i suspect) and rather than using it to plug into the machine you must stand on it, whilst from underneath a jack comes out and you get escalated up into the air, becoming mobile through the skies as you fly off. And if you are a cannonball / circus artist, this will ease your productivity as you dont have to crawl into cannons anymore, hence making your daily lives more convenient.

    Not in any way contrived, and quite obvious.
    rofl!!!

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