msi-whiteDuring our last trip to Morocco which resulted in our engagement, Nina and I both took Netbooks. She took her fancy MacBookAir. I took the MSI Wind that my friends had turned into an amazing triple combo of Mac, plus Ubuntu, plus Windows XP.

Yes, I know it sounds crazy, but thanks to a special install by some friends, this 400 euros machine runs all three operating systems. And on top of that the battery lasted over twice as much as the MacBook Air, it has 3 USB ports instead of one and for pictures it had a great SD slot that of course Apple would never install because it would ruin its hardware aesthetics. In the desert climate, with a rare connection to electricity, frequent dust and sand, the MSI Wind performed like a star. Why am I telling you this?

fonera-20Because when I shared my enthusiasm with Jordi Vallejo, from Fon, he told me that the managers at MSI Wind loved Fon and it turned out that this was the case cause they loved the idea of doing a Fonera 2.0 / MSI Wind bundle which we launched today in France, Italy and Spain with more countries coming soon.

Basically, we are selling both the MSI Wind and the Fonera 2.0 for only 379 euros introductory price. I hope you like the MSI Wind as much as I do, because it has become my portable computer of choice beating not only the MacBook Air, but all the other netbooks I tested including the Dell Mini and the Asus EeePC. Here´s the link to order the bundle in Spain.

I would also like to share with you what the blogs say about the Fonera. And for technical questions I recommend you read this.

Wired, boing boing, PR News, Gearlog, dv-depot, pc mag, Endgadget

Follow Martin Varsavsky on Twitter: twitter.com/martinvars

No Comments

parq on April 21, 2009  · 

parq on April 21, 2009  · 

Martin Varsavsky on April 21, 2009  · 

fitpc2fan on April 22, 2009  · 

benjaminr on April 24, 2009  · 

Martin Varsavsky on April 24, 2009  · 

Frank Diener on April 24, 2009  · 

benjaminr on April 24, 2009  · 

Tim on April 29, 2009  · 

Martin Varsavsky on April 29, 2009  · 

benjaminr on May 5, 2009  · 

Leave a Comment

Español / English


Subscribe to e-mail bulletin:
Recent Tweets