MSI X-Slim X320 looks like a Mac Air

The MSI X-Slim X320 could pass up as a Macbook Air at first glance but this cheap ($799) and lightweight netbook has more features than the latter could afford to carry.

With a 13.4″ display screen, the MSI X320 only weights 2.87lbs (1.3kg) and runs an Intel Atom CPU. It could even stay up for 10 hours with an optional 8-cell battery (the default though is just 4-cell).


Comes with a 3.5G card slot, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth, 3 USB ports, LAN port, VGA port, and a 3-in-1 card reader — makes you think why the Air couldn’t have those as well at the same form factor.


Price ranges between $799 to $999 depending on configuration of storage and memory.

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  • nowell

    This x320 is just a waste.It’s not even compatible with windows7.Xp and vista are compatible with it,,,,but why stop at vista when you can buy other netbook that can handle future OS such as windows7?MSI could have made this x320 much better i know