I'm Seth Rosenblattat CES 2012.
And today I'm gonna show you a new (Inhon?) Ultrabook 11.6 inch.
(Inhon?) is a Taiwanese company.
This is a new laptop from (??) that's coming in March 2012.
The big thing about it is that it's really light.
It weighs less than a kilo which is amazing.
It's got an SST that goes up to 256 gigabytes.
It's made out of carbon fiber, which is why it's so light and you even (twirl?) it even.
It comes with a core I3 up to a core I7 chip, which is...
means that it's very powerful.
And the web cam up at the top runs a 720.
It's super thin.
We've got USB here.
We've got micro...
headphones back here.
On the flip side, we've got a MacBook style magnetic Powerpoint here, USB and then HD out.
Not a lot to it and when you opened it up, if you're familiar with the MacBook Air, you can see that the loud in the design is extremely similar to the MacBook Air down to the touch pad, the back lighting on keys, even the (loud?) of the keyboard itself looks almost identical to a MacBook, but that's okay, we like that.
And later in the year, it's supposed to be coming with Windows 8, so don't be surprised if it winds up with a touch screen on top (Inhon?) has yet to announce a price point for the laptop or even any official branding.
At CES 2012 with the Inhone Ultrabook 11.6 inch, I'm Seth Rosenblatt.
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