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Thursday, 24 May 2012 14:54

Gigabyte working on "Lightest notebook on Earth"

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Gigabyte X11 to show up on May 31st


According to a media invite sent by Gigabyte to Ubergizmo, Gigabyte is preparing the "lightest notebook on Earth."

Unfortunately, the invitation does not reveal any details at all other than a mystery announcement about the "6th Element", whatever that stands for. Currently, the lightest ultrabooks weigh in at below 1kg (around 900 grams) and this will certainly be hard to beat.

Of course, such a notebook will most certainly come with a huge price tag, something that has been a major problem for ultrathins so far.

In any case, we are surely looking forward to see how far can Gigabyte push the limits and what kind of device the X11 actually is. The new Gigabyte X11 will most probably be a main attraction at Gigabyte's Computex lineup.

You can check out the original invite here.

Last modified on Thursday, 24 May 2012 16:51
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