updated 10:40 pm EDT, Wed March 30, 2011
Notebook fits in X-Slim series
MSI has introduced its latest notebook, the X370, which fits into the company's X-Slim series with a thickness of less than one inch. The new offering is based on AMD's dual-core E-350 processor, with Radeon integrated graphics capable of running DirectX 11. The CPU is said to utilize 18 watts of power, enabling a the claimed battery life to reach 10 hours when using an extended battery.
The notebook integrates a 13.4-inch display with 1366x768 resolution, while users can connect external displays via HDMI or VGA. Other features of the base model include a 320GB hard drive, DDR3 memory and a 1.3-megapixel webcam.
MSI has yet to announce pricing details or a launch date for the X370 notebook.