Never heard of Inhon? Found in 2008, the Taiwanese company is a new player in the smartphone and Ultrabook market. The firm has recently introduced in Taiwan the Blade 13 Carbon, the world’s slimmest and lightest laptop PC. At 870g and 10.7 thin, Inhon’s new laptop is even lighter than NEC’s Lavie Z by 5 grams, and slimmer the Lavie X by 2mm.
To achieve such thickness and weight, the notebook uses carbon fiber material for the lid and bottom casing and magnesium for keyboard surface. Inside the lightweight and slim body, the notebook packs Intel’s Core i5-3337U or Core i7-3537U processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB SSD storage. Its 13.3-inch display has 1920×1080 Full HD resolution. In addition to WiFi connectivity, the Blade also offers mini DisplayPort, SD card slot, two USB 3.0 ports. There’s NFC chip underneath the touchpad.
Inhon will also release the Blade 13 that is a bit heavir at 1.195kg and thicker at 12.6mm. It features Core i503337U CPU, 128GB SSD and a 13.3-inch display with a lower resolution of 1600×900.
The Blade 13 Carbon is priced at 39,999 Taiwan Dollars and will be released in June. The non-Carbon model will be available in May for 29,999 Taiwan Dollars.