Micro-Star International is the latest company announcing plans to develop a low-cost mini-laptop. MSI is a Taiwanese laptop maker. The company says it's already developing a new PC that will use Intel's upcoming Diamondville chip.

Diamondville processors are designed to be low voltage chips that will work well in low-performance devices like the Eee PC, Classmate PC, or OLPC. There aren't many more details available about MSI's proposed computer. But Intel is expected to show off the chip in April, and MSI could have a laptop ready to ship as soon as this summer.

[via Engadget]


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