Images and specs of the MSI Wind U160 netbook, expected to be announced at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, have leaked.
The 10.1-inch netbook takes a page from the Sony Vaio playbook (or Toshiba Mini NB205, according to Engadget's Joanna Stern, who nabbed the pics) and sports a barrel hinge with inset glowing power button, chiclet-style keyboard, a subtle raised-dot touchpad (like those on rival Asus), and naturally, Intel's newly-announced 1.66Hz Atom N450 processor.
Thanks to the new CPU, the battery is expected to last for more than 10 hours, and pricing will start at about $350, Stern writes.
Want more details? Sit tight -- we'll be on the show floor at CES to bring you the news.