Quanta has big plans to infiltrate the superslim notebook market, according to DigiTimes' un-named sources. The sources say Quanta has finished developing its new notebook, which the company claims is of a higher quality than MSI's ultra-slim X320 and cheaper than Apple's MacBook Air.
MSI's X320 was shown off at CES boasting a width of just 1.9 cm (just 6 mm at its edges), and weighing less than 2.9 pounds. By comparison, Quanta's super-slim notebook reportedly measures 1-2 cm thick. You won't find an optical drive on the X320, but you will find three USB ports, a memory card slot, and a 13.4-inch 16:9 display.
Quanta does not yet have a mass production schedule, so suffice to say, no word yet on pricing or availability.
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