nec versapro ultralite vs

The NEC VersaPro UltraLite VS may be a small and light computer with an Intel Atom processor. But its high price tag (around $1000) firmly prices it out of the netbook categroy. But the laptop may have one feature that almost makes it worth the price, if you happen to have a whole lot of cash burning a hole in your pocket. It’s thin. Like super, duper thin, measuring just 15.8mm  thick at its thinnest point and 19.4mm at its thickest. That’s about 0.62 to 0.76 inches.

Akihabara News got some hands-on time with the laptop recently, and shot a few photos to show just how slim the laptop looks in person. The answer? Very. Hit up the photo link for more images.

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6 replies on “NEC VersaPro UltraLite VS shows just how thin 15.8mm is”

  1. Impressive, but I don’t really get the whole “ultra thin” thing with laptops/netbooks. I wonder how sturdy it feels.

    1. My guess, about the same as a piece of stiff cardboard between
      two pieces of plastic. Maybe compare to a Frisbee?
      I would not try to keep the kickstand of my M.C. from sinking
      into the asphalt with it. 😉
      Ignore me today, I am having a “mood attack”.

    2. This machine can withstand 120kg of pressure and a drop of 78cm (desk height). It’s tougher than the Panasonic Let’s Note series of Toughbooks (but it’s not waterproof).

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