Computer manufacturer MSI has revealed their newest light and thin netbook, the X-Slim 320 and it was definitely drawing a crowd at this year's CES. So how light and thin is it? 1.98 cm and 2.87 lbs. The thinnest part is only 6 mm! So, yeah, it fits quite well into a manila envelope. The netbook is bigger than the original MSI Wind with a 13.4-inch screen, a choice of 4 cell or 8 cell battery (the 8 cell getting reportedly up to 10 hours of battery life), an Atom processor, and a screen resolution of 1366x768. The X320 comes with 1 GB RAM but is expandable up to 2 GB. It also has an RJ-45 port, card reader and three USB ports.The device will supposedly retail for around $800 - a price that make the "netbook" label debatable to be honest - and should become available in Q2 of 2009. The X320 will come in Champagne gold, pearl white, or black.