MSI has launched a Netbook that uses both solid-state and hard-disk drives.
The U115 Hybrid, unveiled Monday, comes with a solid-state disk for most of the PC's operations, together with a hard-disk drive that can optionally be used for storage. An "ECO on mode" temporarily disengages the hard drive; MSI claimed this mode extends battery life, as solid-state drives are generally more power-efficient than their spinning-disc counterparts.
Apart from its use of both SSD and HDD technologies, the U115 Hybrid closely follows the standard Netbook template.
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