The MSI U210
As you can see, my test unit was the white U210. There's nothing particularly impressive about the outside of the machine, but its size doesn't make you think netbook as soon as you see it.
Not much to see on the front edge of the U210 but a few lights to show what's active on the machine and if it's on AC or battery power.
Take a gander at the left side of the U210 and you find the HDMI out, VGA out, AC port and a USB port.
The right side of the machine has a bit more going on than the left with the RJ-45 port, memory card reader, two USB ports and the headphone and mic ports. A Kensington lock port is also on this side.
The back of the U210 has nothing but the battery to look at.
That's a much larger keyboard than you will find on the average netbook and it works well, too.
My old nemesis, the glossy screen, appears on the U210. Glare is not welcome but the sharpness and colors reproduction are.
Flip the U210 over and you find the battery release and one large cover hiding the RAM and HDD sockets.
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