Intel's CULV (Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) series of processors have brought in a new generation of laptops. These machines are bigger than netbooks, thus having a larger screen, a regular size keyboard/touch-pad and also more muscle packed underneath. Despite being thin and light, they surprisingly are not too heavy on the wallet as well. In order to maintain a thin profile, some of these laptops even tend to skip a DVD drive.
The MSI X-Slim range of laptops fall under this category. MSI had launched the X340 model, which was quite decent on paper, but had a weak chassis. The X350 we have for review today is its updated version. Let's find out if MSI has improved on the shortcomings of the earlier model.