NEC LaVie-ultrabook transfers weight to less than 800 grams




NEC is selling a new laptop in its LaVie line of ultrabooks launched in Japan. The LaVie GZ has a weight of 794 grams and it is probably the lightest ultrabook with 13.3 “screen on the market.

The ultrabook has a thickness of 14.9 mm. The NEC LaVie GZ has a 13.3 “screen with resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and NEC brings variants with an Intel Core i7-4510U and Core i5-4210U, combined with 4GB of memory and a 256GB SSD with storage capacity up. Additionally, there an SD memory card reader, a dual USB 3.0 ports and HDMI. default, there is no touch screen option, but NEC will be a variation of IPS touchscreen with FullHD resolution, but the weight of this model is 964 grams immediately what higher.

Probably 794 grams a record weight for an ultrabook. The previous generation of NEC’s LaVie-ultrabook, the LaVie Z, had a weight of 875 grams and was thus last year the lightest. The record concerning the thinnest ultrabook is probably the name of the laptop Blade Carbon 13 of the Taiwanese company Inhon. That model is 10.7 mm and the weight is 870 grams. Like that model, the ultrabook NEC enters the European market.

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