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  Reply # 155970 11-Aug-2008 17:54
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Yes, I saw that the other day.  Interesting.  I guess the Wind is the best choice simply due to its larger screen.  Despite the larger screen, the system is still smaller than the 901 and Aspire one.

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  Reply # 156765 14-Aug-2008 01:37
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I see Noel Leemings have the Acer Aspire One, XP,  1.6GHZ Atom cpu, 120GB HDD, 1GB ram, 8.9" screen.

$849 and there is a $100 cash back system.


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  Reply # 157315 15-Aug-2008 21:49
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The MSI Wind on sale here will be the one with the 3 cell battery, quite short battery life (i dont think they have launched the one with the 6 cell battery yet - which is the one people will want) something about global battery shortages or something.

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