Inhon Blade 13 Carbon claims thinnest, lightest Ultrabook title

Posted on 22 April 2013 By

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Taiwanese company Inhon has introduced the Blade 13 Carbon Ultrabook with dimensions that make it the thinnest and lightest Ultrabook available, taking the throne from the NEC LaVie Z.

Coming in at 1.9lbs (870g) and 10.7mm thin the Blade 13 Carbon beats the NEC by 5g and 2mm while still packing specs comparable to any current Ultrabook. Options include Core i5 or i7 CPU, 13″ 1080p screen, 128 or 256GB SSD and 4GB RAM. Pricing is quoted at $1,350 with a lower priced option with a 1600×900 screen and fiberglass body with still impressive dimensions of 2.6lbs (1,195g) and 12.6mm for about $1000.

Both options are expected to go on sale in Taiwan in June but so far no availability for any other regions has been announced.


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  1. #1 by DavidC1 on April 24, 2013 - 15:40

    I don’t freaking get it.

    10.7mm thickness and 1.9lbs weight. Make it a Convertible and it would be a no-compromise Tablet as well.

  2. #2 by Max on April 24, 2013 - 18:56

    Would to get it available in the EU

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