Besides the various color options of course you get the Intel Atom N450 processor and NM10 Express chipset along with a 1366×768 resolution screen. Dell quotes the battery life at just under 10 hours and the price will start at $299 without optional extras like the Broadcom Crystal HD video decoder chip we discussed earlier, WWAN or GPS.
The MSI Wind U135 seen here has been previewed by the fine folks at engadget with very similar specs: Atom N450 processor, Windows 7 starter, 1GB of memory, 250GB hard drive, etc. It is still a 10-in display but the resolution is only 1024×600 compared to the higher resolution screen in the Dell above.
And finally, the sharpest unit we have seen thus far, the MSI Wind U160 still sports a 10-in screen and basically the same hardware under the hood. There are more details on a post at engadget.