Like a lot of you, I’m new to the Netbook arena, it’s probably the biggest growth area in mobile computing, and the good NetBooks out there, cost a lot less than the latest Windows mobile Devices. I don’t know how to quantify that fact, except by giving you some price comparisons in AU$. So when I got my Eee, it cost me 520, at the same time a HTC Touch Dual, on a huge discount would have cost me 649. A Tilt would have set me back around 1100. So for a budget conscious mobile aficionado, NetBooks are the way to go.
We on the JAMM Team are divided, there are two Windy gentlemen, and Two Eee users to date. We haven’t had a showdown yet, but I know that Doug and I have actually made our NetBooks our primary devices as far as PC’s go.
So when an update like this comes to light, it is something that should be brought to light for the team here at JAMM, as well as for you readers.
Now the Eee comes with some software, the Super hybrid engine, that allows you to change the way the processor acts, and therefore how it affects battery life. Well MSI have gone a step further and released a BIOS update, that let’s you manage the clock speed of your Wind, with shortcut keys. Follow the link below to find out the best way to apply the update! basically you’ll be encouraged to over clock the Wind, are we getting nerdy now?
MSI Wind Bios 1.09 Download and Update – Officially over clock and increase graphics performance – Electric Vagabond