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Originally Posted by ChriXAll of these seem to be getting further and further away from what made the EEE 701 good, it's price. It would be nice to see someone attempt to better the 701 at the same price rather than just upping the spec and price and getting closer to conventional laptops.
Originally Posted by ImothepHi, I Have a Medion Akoya Mini (OEM Version of the MSI Wind). I just looked at the board, it is nearly the same! Even MS-No.111 Rev.1.0 is written at the back of the mainboard!
It doesn´t have the onboard RAM and Bluetooth is missing.
But as you can see http://scr3.golem.de/?d=0807/Medion-Test&a=60827&s=1 I hope the only thing that´s missing is the connector. So i want to know which Bluetooth Device is build in the MSI Wind, so I can buy the same. If I have enough time I will try to solder it in :)
Originally Posted by Dr. StrangeloveDid I miss it or is the picture of the Atom CPU missing? or does everyone know what they look like and find it boring? Oh and whats under that shiny piece of metal that sits between the south bridge and the memory slot? hehe I'm a curious type of guy....
Anyway nice little article, I like it when you dismantle things like this!
Originally Posted by BindibadgiI'd guess the single DDR2 SO-DIMM size supported is 2GB if my memory on the 945 chipset serves correctly, so you'll max it out with 3.
Originally Posted by deeem119Any chance of finding out which WLAN chipset is used?
Chip: RTL8187SE ( http://www.realtek.com.tw/products/productsView.aspx?Langid=1&PFid=40&Level=5&Conn=4&ProdID=172 )
Hardware ID: VEN_10EC&DEV_8199&SUBSYS_68941462&REV_22
Originally Posted by docsnyder007Hi,
so the Medion type has two RAM slots, and no RAM solderd in directly? Would be an advantage compared to the U100.
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