Weighing in at a tiny 975g (2.75 pounds) and measuring 16.5mm (0.65 inches) to 3mm (0.19 inches) by being made of carbon fiber, the X11 is Gigabyte’s claim to fame as the world’s lightest laptop (or Ultrabook?). As for internals, there’s Intel Core processors (Ivy Bridge generation), 4GB of DDR3 RAM, Mobile Intel HM77 Express chipset with Intel HD Graphics 4000, a 128GB SSD, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0.
Ports-wise there’s a power jack, USB 2.0 and mini DisplayPort on the left side, with microSD, combo audio and USB 3.0 on the right. On top of all of that, the screen is a 1366×768-pixel LED-backlit panel with a 1.3 megapixel camera, chiclet keyboard, buttonless trackpad, and a probably sealed 4730mAh 7.4V Li-ion polymer battery. Prices will range from from $999 to $1299 with Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional, with availability to be announced soon.
PR after the break.