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Wednesday, 11 February 2009 12:39

More details on MSI's X320 emerge

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The thin, Menlow based ebony and ivory

We managed to get some additional renderings of MSI's X320 Menlow based notebook, and we managed to confirm some details. The specifications of this 13.4-inch are now mostly confirmed and it will come with an Atom Z530 CPU clocked at 1.6GHz and paired up with the US15W chipset.

MSI also claims super long battery life thanks to Intel's Menlow platform, LED power saving technology and MSI's ECO Engine. Other noted specifications include WiFi, 3.5G as an option, new ergonomics keyboard, and of course impressive dimensions with a 6mm at its thinnest point and 19.8mm at its thickest point.

The new X320 weighs 1.3kg with a 4-cell battery, while the 8-cell juicier battery will be an option as well. It will also support dual headphone out where the microphone will act as a second headphone out automatically.

The new X320 availability date is still Q2 and the price is still kept tightly under wraps. At least now you can see what the white and black version will look like.

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