Just when we thought we had the definition of a "netbook" nailed down, MSI comes along and forces us to reconsider. Specs and pictures of MSI's new X-Slim X320 netbook have surfaced, and you can see the rest after the jump.
The 13.4 inch screen is what sets this device apart from other netbooks, most with screen sizes in the 7-10 inch range. The rest of the X320 features seem to be standard netbook fare - Intel Atom processor, 3 USB ports, an SD card slot and VGA-out capability. The X320 weighs in at around 2 lbs, 14 oz and ranges in thickness from 0.23 inches to 0.74 (open and closed, presumably).
No word yet on a potential release date or price range, though it wouldn't be ridiculous to think that, due to the larger screen size, the X320 might cost a bit more than the netbooks currently on the market.