Intel Mobile Metro Notebook: 0.7-Inches thick, 14 hour battery
( Mobilemag ) - The Intel Mobile Metro Notebook -- co-created with Ziba Design -- measures just 0.7 inches and barely moves the needle on the scale at a mere 2.25 pounds.
The prototype laptop hasn't received any official technical specifications yet, but Intel promises that they will fatten her up without actually fattening her up, plopping in their speediest and most efficient components. The chassis is champagne-toned magnesium, whereas the magnetically attached folder "will be available in different fashion colors." The folder is used to charge the lappy without wires and it looks like it has a secondary color display for the whole Vista Sideshow dance too.
As if that weren't enough, this slender solution will also come with WiFi, EVDO, WiMAX, a flash memory hard drive, and beautiful gold accents. They're even claiming a battery life of, get this, 14 freaking hours. The best part is that the Intel Mobile Metro Notebook could be ready for consumer consumption as early as the end of this year. But it won't be cheap.