When Intel asked designers to build a better laptop, its instructions were simple. The machine has to be fashionable, able to connect to all manner of wireless networks, and full of the latest, fastest computing capabilities.
The result, code-named Intel mobile Metro notebook, is less than 0.7 inches thick — about one-quarter of an inch thicker than Motorola’s iconic cell phone, Moto Razr, making it the world’s thinnest notebook. And at 2.25 pounds, it’s also one of the lightest small-sized portable computers. More about the world’s thinnest and lightest laptop.