Yum. According to Crave Taiwan, MSI has outed the 13.4-inch X320 netbook. Sure, at 13.4 inches it’s likely out of netbook range, but let’s keep our eyes on the prize here: a razor-thin notebook with a big screen and keyboard for under $1,000.
The X320 weighs in at 2.9 pounds and is less than an inch thick. It’s got a 13.4-inch 16:9 screen, features an Intel Atom processor, three USB ports, VGA out, an Ethernet port, and a card reader.
An MSI official said that the price would fall between $799 and $999 dollars. So yes, it’s a netbook in the sense that it uses an Atom chip and doesn’t have an optical drive, but just about everything else makes it an affordably priced ultraportable notebook.
No word on when it’ll be available, but we’ll hopefully be able to find that out at CES later this week.
[via JKK Mobile]