There're one or two contenders in the netbook-for-desktop nettop game, but with MSI's new Wind Neton machines it could get a bit interesting. Atom-based, of course, the PCs will come in 22-inch, 18.5 and 15.6-inch screen versions, dubbed M22, M19 and M16, and the all-in-one iMac alikes look like they'll have optional touchscreens. Releases are due in January for the M19, Feb for the M16 and March for the M22 at $500, $400 and $800 respectively. Oh, the M22 has a Blu-ray drive option—Like I said, this could get interesting. [EngadgetChina and Crunchgear]
this kind of this is not made for us (tech blog readers), they are made for my father, who will never notice any difference between this and a Core 2 (of course he'll notice its faster, but he wouldn't mind) since he only uses Firefox for email and browsing. I like them, lets see what the options are and what's the price.