MSI’s X-Slim Series X370 notebook certainly lives up to its name, being a notebook that has an extremely slender body that will be powered by AMD’s latest dual core E-350 processor and an AMD Radeon HD 6310 display chip with DirectX 11 support. Of course, you will be well pleased to know that the AMD E-350 processor sips a mere 18 watts of juice, which results in ten hours of extended battery life. Apart from that, the MSI X370 will ship with their very own facial recognition software that will work to protect your data biometrically, in the form of Easy Face that remembers passwords for MSN accounts, in addition to login passwords for websites and systems. When you rely on such technology to remember your passwords, it might just work against you in the long run as you start to forget all those precious combinations of numbers and characters. Measuring under an inch thick, the MSI X-Slim X370 weighs in at a mere 1.4kg. No idea on pricing as at press time though.