You've probably never heard of Inhon — but that might be about to change. The Taiwanese manufacturer has just launched the Blade 13: a laptop which is just 10.7mm thick.
The company claims that makes it the thinnest laptop in the world — undercutting the previous best, NEC's 12.8mm Lavie X, by a whole 2mm. It also weights just 862g. That's pretty light. It does pretty well for specs too, cramming a Core i5 or i7 CPU, 1080p screen, 128GB or 256GB SSD, and 4GB of RAM into its dinky frame.
Launching in Taiwan in June, it's set to retail for around $1350 — so it's even good value. It's currently unclear whether it will make it to Australian shores — but it would be pretty sweet if it did. [Engadget]