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MSI Wind NetTop D130

Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Quiet and cool. Affordable price. Powerful enough for the majority of people.

The Cons:Misleading claims about standard PC energy consumption (50-80W idle, not 250W+). Only has VGA video/monitor output.

Introduced on January 15th 2009, the Wind NetTop D130 is a miniature desktop computer from MSI. Featuring a dual-core Atom processor, 2GB of DDR2 memory, a built in DVD writer and 7.1 surround sound, the NetTop D130 is powerful enough to act as a desktop or media PC for the majority of individuals.

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Product Shot 2 Easily capable of running productivity and media software, the dual-core Atom processor should be able to decode 720p content without issue. Other positive aspects of the device are its size and power consumption. Utilizing only 35W of electricity, the dual-core Atom processor and its relatively low power chipset put off very little heat - allowing the device to fit into a smaller enclosure with very little active cooling required. No availability or MSRP information has been released, and further information about the devices internal components is not available, however, a price point of $240 is expected.


  • CPU & RAM: Intel dual-core Atom (330), 2GB DDR2
  • Storage:
  • Display: analog VGA output only, no included monitor
  • Optical: DVD writer
  • Network: Ethernet
  • Audio: onboard 7.1 surround sound

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    quiet and cool

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    affordable price

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    powerful enough for the majority of people

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    includes an optical drive

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    very small and discrete

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    uses very little electricity (35W at full load)

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    7.1 surround sound audio

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    misleading claims about standard PC energy consumption (50-80W idle, not 250W+)

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    only has VGA video/monitor output

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