Two Wind Neton models – the $399 M16 with a 15.6” panel and $499 M19 with an 18.5” panel – will adopt the Intel Atom 270 processor and 945GSE chipset, with 1GB of DDR2 memory, 160GB hard drive, a slim-type optical drive and either Windows XP or Linux. The $799 Neton M22 bumps up performance with either an Intel dual-core or quad-core mobile CPU and GS45 chipset to support H.264 and VC1 hardware decoding. It will also boast a touch sensitive screen and optional Blu-ray drive.
The new MSI Neton PCs will start shipping in January and should directly compete with the recently announced Eee Top all-in-one nettops from Asus.
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