COMPUTEX VIDEO: MSI has officially unveiled its new Wind mini-laptop that's based on the Intel Atom processor. Here's a first look on video.

The U100 has a 10in LCD screen with an LED backlight that should consume less power and provide a better picture than a traditional LCD panel.

The low-power Atom microprocessor means the Wind can run for up to 6 hours on the six-cell battery, which is optional on the device. It comes as standard with a three-cell battery. See also: MSI launches Wind mini desktop, mini laptop.

This year's Computex show promises to be one of the most exciting for years, and PC Advisor's dedicated video reporter Martyn Williams is there to capture it all.

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