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Announced at CES 2009 for release in April, the X320 is a cheap ultraportable notebook computer from MSI.

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Pros

10 hours battery life

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built in 3G WWAN

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affordable compared to most other sub-notebook computers

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Atom processor sips power and creates very little heat

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despite being slightly less powerful it can still do as much as most other sub-notebooks

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extremely thin

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full keyboard

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Cons

limited ports (3 USB and VGA output)

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slightly underpowered compared to Core 2 Duo / Solo options

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somewhat expensive versus netbook options that present most of the usability of such a device

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cheaper plastic netbook-like construction

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Announced at CES 2009 for release in April, the X320 is a cheap ultraportable notebook computer from MSI. Featuring a battery life up to 10 hours and weighing in at 2.9 pounds, the X320 is aimed at those interested in a subnotebook device without the higher end price. With a 13.3" display, and an Atom processor, and built in 3G, the device has a starting price point of $699. The device has limited expansion and ports with three USB 2.0 ports, a VGA output and Ethernet, which is on par with most netbooks. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

Features
  • CPU/RAM: Intel Atom processor, 2GB DDR2
  • Display: 13.3"
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  • Network: WiFi, Internal 3G WWAN module
  • Expansion & Ports: USB 2.0 x 3, VGA, microphone & audio out jacks
  • Operating System: Windows Vista
  • Dimensions & Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Battery: Standard 4-cell, 10 hours
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