1. The world's thinnest laptop is here claimed by Taiwanese manufacturing company. thinnet by .99m and lighetest by 875gm.Blade 13 Carbon beats the NEC by 5g and 2mm while still packing specs comparable to any current Ultrabook. Runs on Windows 8,Options include Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5-3337U or i7-3537U processor, 4GB RAM, a 13.3-inch 1080p HD display, a 128GB or 256GB solid-state drive, three USB ports (two are USB 3.0s), a Mini DisplayPort, a full-sized SD Card reader, and even NFC so you can easily connect to peripherals like headphones wirelessly.Evaloution of CARBON FIBER MATERIAL is the reason behind this innovative product yet to be launched in next month.the company has aroud 50 employees in thier factor has sale record of 2000 units per year till now.
2. Inhone Blade 13 thinnest laptop with chasis made by Plastic,slightly bigger in size. Priced at $1000.
3. Carbon Book 11" model also available. The company is collaberation with Gigabyte Corp.Inhone designs for Gigayte sells the products.
4. Touch screen laptops & Tablet PCsalso available from Inhone.
-Blade 13 Carbon
-Intel Core i5-3337U
-1800 M Intel HD 4000
-Windows 8 OS
-13.3" 1920 X 1080
-870gm / 30.7 oz.
Here's Asus's latest extremely overpriced quite useless use of Android on top of a Wintel machine, using the latest most expensive Intel processor, and instead of using ARM on the Android mode, for no good reason, Asus makes yet another Intel x86 mistake, there's yet another Intel Atom for Android mode. This over-expensive Intel Asus machine is probably going to cost $1500 and nobody is going to buy it. But here again, Johnny Shy likes to use the time of world media to show off yet another concept that is not going to interest nearly anyone. Good thing the Intel CEO has just been replaced, what the purpose is for this type of product is quite remote. Is Asus going to sell more than a few thousand of these overpriced quickly outdated devices worldwide?
I'm asking Microsoft Germany's Windows Product Marketing Manager Boris Schneider-Johne some questions about the status of Windows RT, I also ask about the Android competition, RT vs Pro market share, everything on Windows RT is encrypted, Surface RT is his secondary computer (Photoshop/Ligthroom doesn't run on RT), how often does RT crash? Connected Standby (gets latest info all the time through Connected Standby API), and I even ask questions which he obviously can't answer, about Microsoft claiming ownership over Android (announcing certain Microsoft Partner Android companies paying Microsoft a licence for Android) Cheaper Windows RT? $299 instead of $599? 13.3" RT? 7" RT? 8" RT? and the idea of making a Metro UI for Android (he says it can't work).
Especially useful during the transition to Windows 8 on Laptops and Desktops, Yifang has developed a digital pen to turn your regular screen into a touch screen. The pen sends signals to a receiver, which simulates touch screen interactions. The units have been mass produced since October 2012. The product sells in Japan, Europe and the United States. The price is $80 and works for screens smaller than 26".
You get the full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean experience on the 24" Viewsonic VSD241 1080p display running on a Tegra3 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the 22" Viewsonic VSD220 1080p display running on the OMAP4430 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9. The price of integrating the ARM SoC with Android is perhaps not much more than selling the touch screen display by itself, and with the HDMI input and USB you can connect any Windows 8 Laptop or Desktop to this screen to thus use the same large touch screen to also use Windows 8.