Gigabyte Unveil The Worlds Lightest Notebook At Computex 2012
Chris Hadley / 4 years ago
Computex 2012: To say that Gigabyte have a large presence here at Computex this year is an understatement. Taking up virtually a whole floor in the Taipei 101, they certainly have a lot to show off. One of the biggest (well smallest as it happens) things they had to shout about was their new X11 notebook, taking the title as the worlds lightest notebook.
Weighing in at a mere ~975g, the carbon fibre notebook is even lighter than the very popular Macbook Air from Apple but fitting into a very small frame there is no need to worry that this is a low power system.
Inside the 3-16.5mm carbon fibre frame, the X11 packs an impressive set of specs in realtion to other ultrabooks of this size on the market.
|OS||Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
Genuine Windows® 7 Professional
|CPU||3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-3517U Processor(1.9GHz-3.0GHz)
3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i5-3317U Processor(1.7GHz-2.6GHz)
|Display||11.6” 1366×768 LED backlight|
|System Memory||4GB DDRIII, On Board memory|
|Chipset||Mobile Intel® HM77 Express Chipset|
|Video Graphics||Intel® HD Graphics 4000|
|Storage||128GB Solid State Drive(SSD)|
|I/O Port||USB(3.0)*1,USB(2.0)*1, DC IN, Combo Audio Jack, MINI DISPLAY, Micro SD slot|
|Audio||1 Watt Speaker*2, Internal Microphone|
|Communications||Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g/n Wireless
Bluetooth: Bluetooth V4.0
|Battery||Li-Polymer, 4730mAh, 7.4V, 35Wh|
|Dimensions||297(W) x 192mm(D) x 3~16.5 (H) mm|
|Weight||~975g (w/ Battery and SSD)|