MSI’s new X-Slim X360 will finally be in retail next month as Intel gave a go sign to its 32 nm ULV chips. The new notebook will house a Corei5 520 UM CPU, 8 cell battery, Windows 7 Home Premium and a 13.3” LED display.
The CPU of the new notebook will be clocked at 1.07 GHz and will include up to 4 GB of memory. The Led will have a native resolution of 1366×768 and all this will be in a 1.6Kg, 23mm thick ultra thin notebook. It will offer Intel Integrated Graphics and Hard drive capacity up to 500GB. Other features include Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 bgn, Wifi, Bluetooth and a 1.3M web cam.
The batter will be enough to keep the notebook running for at least 9 hours according to MSI’s testing. It will come with Windows7 Home Premium 64-bit and will be available in Euoropean retail next month for a price tag of 899€.