CM writes: "MSI skyrocketed to the top of the mini-notebook field last June when netbooks with 10-inch displays were rare and when no other netbook, regardless of size, could tout more than five hours of battery life. Since then, though, the competition has caught up. While the Wind U120 ($379) has a redesigned chassis, it has the same internal components as the original U100: an Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, and a six-cell battery. For whatever reason, the latest edition of the Wind lasts only 4 and half hours on a charge, making it less compelling than the original. Nevertheless, the U120's aggressive price makes it worth considering."