Think ultrabooks aren’t thin or light enough? Taian’s Inhon agrees. The company’s new Blade 13 Carbon laptop appears to be the thinnest notebook on the market.

Engadget reports it measures just 10.7mm, or about 0.42 inches thick.

Inhon Blade 13 Carbon

The laptop’s also one of the lightest around, at just 870 grams, or about 1.92 pounds.

Inhon isn’t skimping on specs though. The Inhon Blade 13 Carbon will support up to an Intel Core i7 processor, up to 256GB of storage, and 4GB of RAM. It has a 13 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display.

The notebook’s expected to go on sale in Taiwan for about $1350.

Inhon also has a cheaper fiberglass model which weighs 2.6 pounds, measures 0.5 inches thick, and has a 1600 x 900 pixel display. It’s expected to sell for about $1000.

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3 replies on “Inhon unveils a 0.4 inch thick, 1.9 pound notebook”

  1. A laptop with this weight en thinness can be a real tablet-killer.

    Just look at the specs, the latest ipad 4 weighs about 650 grams and has a height of 9.4mm.

    This laptop: 780 grams and a height of 10.7 mm. That is not that much of a difference with the ipad 4, plus you get the full laptop experience with a decent 13 inch screen, very fast cpu/gpu and you will be able to run every windows application.

    Maybe intel will introduce budget haswell ultrabook cpu’s. Combine that with a lot cheaper price for this laptop (say around 700 dollars) and voila ,you have the form factor every manufacturer has been looking for that could actually steal tablet market-share back to the struggling pc market.

    1. you mean you like the “1920 x 100” resolution as mentioned in the article??? (I know it’s a typo:) )

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