There has been some debate as to what netbook the Avertec’s Buddy really is. Many tech blogs posted pictures of the Korean Averatec Buddy, which is a rebranded ECS G10IL. However, this isn’t the Buddy that will hit the U.S. market. Averatec just put up its U.S. page which confirms that this Buddy is in fact a rebranded MSI Wind (of which there are many these days). Check out the official page and the full specs after the jump. It will retail for $449 when it becomes available later this month. Intel Atom Processor N270 (1.6GHz) Genuine Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 1GB DDR RAM 10.2″ WXGA LCD with AveraBrite (TM) WXGA 1024 x 600 160 GB HDD Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g Li-Ion – 3 cell battery 4-in-1 Memory Card Reader (MS/MS Pro/MMC/SD) (3) USB 2.0 ports, 15-Pin VGA, Mic In, Headphone, 10/100 LAN port (RG-45), DC-in jack 10.24″W x 7.1″D x 1.25″H 2.65 lbs.