The 8.9 inch screened machine, which can have either Windows Xp or Linux as its OS, will come with either a 20GB (Linux) or 12GB (Windows) solid-state drive (SSD) and will indeed sport the new Intel Atom processor.
Any colour, as long as it's white or black
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will come as standard, but a WiMax version will be available, while the ever-important colour choice will be all or nothing (white or black).
The Atom processor is not being officially unveiled until Tuesday, but its presence in the new version of the Eee will come as no shock, as it was confirmed on TechRadar back in April.
UK pricings and release dates are not yet available, but expect an update the moment that they are announced.