LAS VEGAS -- Here at the CTIA cellular phone show the newest and shiniest items get all the attention. Usually that means cellp hones and associated items. But every once and a while, something other than a cell phone jumps out at you and you know it's going to be big.We're talking about a new super-thin portable computer from Taiwanese company MSI. It was one of the first companies to make those tiny netbook computers -- mini-laptops with small screens, small processors, small amounts of memory and attractively low prices. Over the past year, the netbooks started out as little computers that ran Linux on small 7-inch diagonal screens. The Asus Eee and subsequent offerings from Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ), Lenovo, Dell ( DELL) and others started flooding the market. Features began to multiply. Microsoft ( MSFT) Windows XP became an option. Then screens grew to 9 inches, then 10. You get the idea. But now MSI is taking its netbook expertise and parlaying it into two amazing thin laptops. The new X320 and X340 notebooks sport 13.4-inch diagonal screens. These ultra-portables weigh in at 2.8 pounds and are slim, sleek and beautiful. They almost strike you of being Apple ( AAPL) MacBook Air portable cool. The X320 runs on the 1.6GHz Intel ( INTC) Atom Z530 processor and sports a 2.5-inch, 250GB thin hard drive. The X340 is one of the first computers to run Intel's brand new CULV SU3500 processor which claims to use one-sixth the power of a regular mobile CPU and has a 320 GB hard drive inside.