We know it's a struggle to differentiate in the netbook market, MSI, but $533 US (based on the $699 Australian it's been spotted at) for 802.11n and a bit of extra standard battery life seems a bit of a stretch, especially in the face of Dell's aggressively priced and similarly specced Mini 10. While it's nice that the Wind U100 PLUS weighs in at around 2 pounds and boasts 7 hours of use off of the standard 3-cell, it's still just Atom underneath -- anything more than a few hundies and we start to feel silly.