As the lines between notebooks and mini-notebooks blur due to increased screen size and price, there’s a big camp that is all excited about the 10-inch screened notebooks. The MSI Wind snuck up on everyone and has impressed on just about every level and the recent release by Asus of the EEE PC 1000h has many wondering how the two compare. Joanna Stern of Laptop Magazine doesn’t have to wonder, she gets to play with every mini-notebook produced and she’s published an in-depth head-to-head comparison of the two notebooks. She looks at build and design, keyboard and touchpad, display webcam and speakers, and performance storage and battery life so no stone is left unturned. So which one did she end up pronouncing the winner? You’ll have to read the review to see for yourself. I’ll just say "the answer my friend, is blowing in the wind. The answer is blowing in the wind."
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