MSI has unveiled the 13.4-inch X-Slim 320 (is that you, U300?), which at 1.98cm and about 2.87 pounds puts it just a teensy bit lighter and thicker than its Cupertino-born doppelganger, and comes with either a 4 or 8 cell battery that lasts up to 10 hours.
There is no official specifications yet about 320 X-Slim, however Engadget China, managed to to take a closer look at the presentation prior to CES. According to them the new netbook will be equipped with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor Z530, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 3.5G Bluetooth modem, 3 USB ports and Ethernet output. Screen resolution is 1366 x 768.
The computer will be available in versions with a battery of 4 and 8 cells. His weight is 2.9 lb, and the thickness of 0.8″.
X-Slim 320 is coming for sale in the second quarter of this year and will cost around $800.