Looks like Dell’s Inspiron Mini 10 isn’t the only netbook to come with the new and improved Pine Trail processor from Atom – MSI enters the fray as well with the U130 and U135. Both Wind netbooks will run on the N450 chip, where it was specially designed for smaller sized notebooks and netbooks, resulting in up to 15% additional battery life whenever you are unplugged from a power outlet. Shared specifications between the two include a 10″ LED backlit display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, a 160GB/250GB hard drive, Wi-Fi-n connectivity, Bluetooth and 3.5G WiMax support to accompany the stereo speakers and 1.3-megapixel webcam. Out later next month, the U130 and U135 will be priced at £229 and £279, respectively, in the UK market.
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