Meet Inhon Blade 13 Carbon: world's thinnest laptop!


If all you want from a laptop is minimal size (and especially lowest possible thickness), then stay with us, while reading this post. It looks like Inhon Blade 13 Carbon, which was just unveiled in Taiwan this week will do just fine for you, since it's only 10.7 mm thick (!) and weighs only 9 pounds! The device is still 7mm thinner and over a pound lighter than the 13-inch MacBook Air, and it's made out of carbon fiber parts in the laptop cover and its bottom plates. The palm rest is made out of magnesium alloy.

The -out of this world laptop- is available in two versions: one with Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5-3337U processor and another with i7-3537U processor. Both versions feature 4GB RAM, a 13.3-inch 1080p HD display, a 128GB or 256GB solid-state drive, three USB ports (two are USB 3.0s), a Mini DisplayPort, a full-sized SD Card reader, and even NFC so you can easily connect to peripherals like headphones wirelessly.

The device runs on Windows 8 of course and is widely available since yesterday in the Taiwanese market for $1350. Unfortunately we have no news so far on a possible release in the European market. So we'll just keep drooling on our keyboards...

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