If anyone is dreaming of owning the world's thinnest and lightest laptop, Inhon's razor-thin Blade 13 is apparently the right choice which will be on sale in Taiwan this June.
The laptop is 10.7mm thick and 1.9 pounds and the laptop is said to be slightly thinner than some smart phones like Nokia Lumia 620.
The Blade 13 will be available with either Core i7 or an Intel Core i5 processor. Specs also said that the capacity of the device will be 128GB or 256GB SSD and will have 4GB of RAM.
As indicated from the name, it will have a 13-inch 1080 p display.
The thinnest and lightest laptop known so far will be sold at around $1,350 but the device will be available only in Taiwan for now.
The size and weight-features shouldn't be the only reason to make you excited to book a ticket for Taiwan; a cheaper notebook is also coming up probably along with the Blade 13.
The cheaper notebook will come with a fiberglass shell and a 1600 x 900 resolution screen display.
The size of the notebook will be 12.6mm and will weigh slightly heavier than the Blade 13 according to the Geek.com.
The price of the cheap-laptop is likely to be below $1000.