Intel Creates Thinnest Laptop Ever

May 29, 2007


Intel has created the world's thinnest notebook called the mobile Metro notebook, coming in at less than 0.7 inches thick—about one-quarter of an inch thicker than the Motorola Razr cell phone. The thing weighs just 2.25 pounds and uses flash memory in place of the standard hard-disk drive to get a whopping 14 hours of battery life. The only way to get a thinner laptop would be to run over this one with a car. Or, you know, glue some microchips onto a pancake or something.



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