CES 2010 was a huge event with enough tech to make even Steve Jobs a little stressed trying to see everything. With a show as big as CES and having as many products as the show floor did it was easy to miss some stuff. One thing many people passed over (unintentionally of course) was the Wind Box DE220 that MSI had teased early on before the show.
Well thankfully not everybody passed it over because we have the down low on this nettop. The Wind Box is a small form factor desktop PC sporting Pinetrail-D that comes with a variety of specs depending on what you want. Customers can get a wind Box with either a single core 1.66GHz Intel Atom D410 processor or a dual core 1.66GHz Atom D510 processor.
Regardless of which processor model you get your Wind Box will come with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 graphics, up to 4GB of RAM and up to 1TB of hard disk space. The Wind Box DE220 comes with the Windows 7 Home Premium OS as well as an optional 802.11b/g/n WiFi card.
The MSI Wind Box DE220 sports a compact, bookshelf ready design that measures 10.8-inches x 6.7-inches x 1.6-inches and looks to be compact enough to take up little space giving you a cleaner, less cluttered workspace. As of right now there is no word on pricing or even a launch date but I’m sure people are already drooling over this product already.