MSI have announced full specifications for their Wind U123 netbook and X-Slim X320 & X340 ultraportable notebooks. As in Japan, the 10.2-inch U123 has the Intel Atom N280 1.66GHz processor, WWAN and a TV-tuner; meanwhile the X-Slim X320 has an Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor and optional 3G/WiMAX. The X-Slim X340 uses Intel's SU3500 CULV processor.
The X320 and X340 have a 1366 x 768 13.4-inch display, with the former having GMA500 graphics and the latter 1080p-capable GMA4500MHD graphics; it also has an HDMI output. Storage is 250GB on the X320 and 320GB on the X340 while RAM is up to 2GB and 4GB respectively. WiFi on both machines is b/g/n; they also have Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, three USB 2.0 ports and VGA outputs.
The MSI Wind U123 will be available in the US in blue, red, white and grey come May. Meanwhile the MSI X-Slim X320 will also launch in the US in May, priced from $700, and the MSI X-Slim X340 will be priced from under $1,000, again from May; both come in silver, white and black.