In the rush of Macworld Expo, it almost went unnoticed by us! Earlier this week, MSI demonstrated its 13.4-inch X-Slim 320 (?) Netbook. Why the question? Well, easy: his screen is bigger than you can consider for a netbook, but the machine is super thin and costs less than $ 1,000.
With a somewhat familiar look (call the legal? Hehe), the X320 weighs around 1.32kg and is less than an inch thick. Its LCD screen has a 16: 9 aspect ratio (1366 × 768 pixels) and inside we have a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, up to 2GB of RAM, three USB ports, VGA output, Ethernet port and an SD card reader .
MSI's estimate that the machine still has no availability forecast costs between US $ 800 and US $ 1,000, that is, it is even a netbook, mainly because, like the MacBook Air, it does not have an optical drive. Its battery lasts for up to 10 hours, according to the company.