It seems as though the netbook craze won't be dying off very soon. Taiwanese manufacturer, MSI, has just officially launched its U115 hybrid netbook. Hybrid, in the sense that it operates on both solid state drives and hard disk drives. No, it's not a choice of either SSD or HDD, but both storage systems existing on the netbook at the same time. Other than that, its specifications will be akin to what most netbooks out there have, though what'll make it interesting is the possible longer battery life it comes with using SSD.
Engadget - MSI's officially launched the U115 Hybrid netbook we saw not too long ago, which can operate both SSD and HDD drives at the same time. The 10-inch (1024 x 600 resolution) laptop primarily uses the SSD, reserving the HDD for storage, and boasts an "Eco Mode" button which will temporarily disconnect the HDD to save power. The hybrid functions should provide both a faster OS and longer battery life -- but we'll wait till the test results are in to form our opinions.