Engadget received some photos of MSI's upcoming Wind U160. This is a totally redesigned 10" netbook with the Intel Atom N450 processor and a battery life of up to ten hours. Pricing will start at $350, more info will be revealed at CES 2010.
The pictures make it look ever so trim and classy, though we can't help but notice the chassis' uncanny resemblance to the Toshiba Mini NB205. Under the lid it appears to have a chiclet keyboard and a touchpad that's only differentiated from the palmrest by a grid of raised dots (eh hem, ASUS). Inside it's got that 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor we've been hearing so much about and most likely the array of standard netbook specs.