World’s fastest and lightest notebook – Gigabyte X11

Apple was the first to introduce  the world’s thinnest and lightest notebook. Now Most players have joined the race. but here is some one who was famous with motherboards , has jumped in to do something interesting.

YES GIGABYTE.  One of the leading brand in motherboards has launched  the 11.6 inch  Gigabyte X11 notebook, which is the world’s  lightest and fastest notebook at the moment

The notebook will be on display at the upcoming Computex 2012 with prices starting from $999 to $1,299 (approx Rs.72,800) based on configuration.  I know its a bit pricey .  Looks like it will hit the stores in July.

Apple Macbook air is no longer lightest as this one weighs just  975 grams.

Powered by  3rd generation Intel Core processors, Windows 7  , a 128GB SSD, USB3.0  Bluetooth 4.0 ,  11.6 inch (16:9 HD ) screen with LED backlight . The Smart Recovery allows hassle-free system restore. its thinnest point is 3 mm. :O

 

Checkout the video below- courtesy netbooknews

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2 Responses to “World’s fastest and lightest notebook – Gigabyte X11”

  1. shan says:

    right they have scarified the look for the weight, like what samsung has done for the samsung galaxy mobile series of using plastic.

    but macs use aluminum yet keeping it light and design wise phenomenal.

    cant wait to see what TIM COOK pulls out this WWDC on the line of mac air and iphone

  2. Selva says:

    3mm at its minimal thickness end… that’s Very Thin …. and

    Weighing less than a Kg ! Really Amazing !!

    Much of this weight loss, would have likely come, from the carbon fiber chassis, which gives a great strength-to-weight ratio.

    It’s 35Wh battery, would have also contributed to this Weight Loss.

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