Gigabyte announced the upcoming release of its newest ultrabook, Gigabyte X11. The manufacturer claims it will be the thinnest in the world in this class of devices.
The machine frame is manufactured using carbon fiber and aluminum, the display has a diagonal of 11.6” and a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and it is equipped with an Intel Core third-generation and four gigabytes of RAM, along with graphics, Intel HD Graphics 4000 and 128 GB SSD-drive.
As for connectivity there is a car port and USB 3.0 port, Mini Display Port, composite audio jack (combined output and input), a slot for microSD memory cards, as well as radios WiFi b / g / n and Bluetooth 4.0.
Gigabyte X11 comes with 1.3-megapixel webcam, along with “fiberglass” (as it calls Gigabyte) and the touchpad is almost complete (95% of the full-size) keyboard. Above all, Gigabyte promises to make a pleasant surprise fans of good quality sound.
Thickness of laptop is less than 3mm and weight is 975 grams.
Gigabyte Ultrabook retail price will be $999 to $1299 and it will be release in July of 2012.