Gaming ultrabook with slim portable design
Lightweight design, Good gaming performance
Though it certainly looks the part, the GX70’s performance won’t satisfy hardcore gamers.
Well workmanship, up-to-date interface
Outstanding performance and graphics
Strong CPU and GPU performance
'Decent feature set.'
'The market share of laptops with the MSI brand is rather low.'
'gorgeous ultra-thin laptops'
'good all-round media centre PC'
'the X340 is impressively slim.'
'slim and light notebook'
'We were expecting the usual transistor-radio assault typical of low-priced ultraportables, but the X340 delivered decent volume and even some bass presence.'
'The MSI X340 is easy to carry and won't take up too much room in your laptop bag or backpack.'
'Heat The U135 kept its cool, something nice to see (and feel) on a device this small.'
'particularly outstanding laptop'
'Build quality was largely acceptable, but we felt the Wind U135 was slightly top-heavy.'
'the U135 is sturdy.'
'Many people might look at the MSI Wind U123 and call it boring due to the lack of design it is missing.'
'The 2.0 x 1.7-inch touchpad is disappointingly small.'
'the 1024-by-600-resolution display appears dull and mediocre.'
'this laptop is very portable.'
'Comfortable to type on. 5400rpm hard drive.'
'bright screen, comfortable to type on, 5400rpm hard drive, runs cool and is relatively quiet.'
'great mini notebook'
'The MSI Wind U100 is so light that you can easily carry it for a long time without getting tired and you hardly notice it is there.'
'its performance was predictably weak.'
'An SD card slot is located on the front of the notebook and can be a little hard to access.'
'The isolated keys are nicely spread out, but the amount of flex evident across the board is unfortunate, producing not only a spongy action but also a noisy one.'
'We found it comfortable to type on for the most part, but it does bounce slightly in the middle.'
'Two years warranty.'