Inhon, a Taiwanese computer maker unveils Blade 13 Carbon laptop, and claims it is now the world’s lightest and thinnest. Weighing just 1.9 pounds (870g) and measuring 10.7mm thick, the company says it is thinner than NEC’s 12.8mm LaVie X by a whole 2mm, while under weighing the 875g LaVie Z by 5g. The specs of the Blade 13 Carbon are a Core i5 or i7 CPU, 1080p screen, 128GB or 256GB SSD and 4GB of RAM.
If you are looking for that amount of power in a small package, the Carbon is cheaper costing $1,350, while a less attractive 1,600 x 900 fiberglass version (12.6mm and 2.6 pounds(1,195g) will run a grand or so. The models should be available in Taiwan around June, There is no indication that the thinner lighter laptop will be available in the United States.