If you're expecting any difference physically, well, there isn't any that we noted. Supposedly, the newer Intel Atom N450 will allow for a smaller package size but we didn't notice that translate to a slimmer or notebook profile. Inside, the familiar looking Seashell design keeps things clean and simple, so if you seen one seashell by the seashore, you've probably seen them all. The chiclet keyboard was easy on the fingers, while the trackpad with its bumped surface made tracking more convenient on the fingers. We've nothing to say about the glossy screen, which is pretty much standard these days despite our fervent dislike. Perhaps a higher resolution screen would have been a more favorable choice, but we're not nitpicking if it helps keep prices decent - important for netbooks.