MSI is showing off at least two new netbook models at CeBIT, including an updated version of its popular MSI Wind U100. The Wind U100 Plus keeps the same case and 10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display as its predecessor. But it packs a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N280 instead of the marginally slower Atom N270 chip used in the original.

The company has also added the word “Eco” to the upcoming MSI Wind U110, apparently to indicate improved battery life. The MSI Wind U110 ECO will have an Intel Atom Z530 CPU, integrated GMA500 graphics, and MSI says it will be able to run for 8-10 hours using a 6 cell battery.

via Notebook Italia (MSI Wind U100 Plus and MSI Wind U110 Eco) and Portable Monkey

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