At first glance, the Wortmann Terra Mobile 1020Go looks like an MSI Wind U100 — a netbook that was released during the summer of 2008. And to be honest, it probably is using the same chassis as that venerable netbook. Dozens of other computers have popped up with the same case over the years. But while the Wind U100 had an Intel Atom N270 processor and Windows XP, the Tera Mobile 1020Go is a modern netbook with the latest hardware and software.

The netbook, which is available in Germany starting at 329 Euros ($418 US), features a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, GMA 3150 graphics, and Windows 7. it has 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive. Come to think of it, I guess it isn’t all that different from the Wind U100…

Wortmann also offers a UMTS 3G modem and a USB DVD burner.The netbook is available with Windows 7 Starter or Professional and comes with either a 6 or 10 hour battery.

via Netbook News.de and ZDNet.uk

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