Asus has shared that the company intends to roll out a spanking new Ultrabook sometime down the road later next month, when Computex kicks off, that is. According to Asus, the Asus Zenbook Infinity (as it will apparently be called) will be 14% thinner compared to the other notebooks that so happen to be part of the Zenbook range, and this is made possible courtesy of new materials. The Asus Zenbook Infinity will arrive with an aluminum and glass case, and it will also boast Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on the lid itself in addition to being used around the keyboard.
Gorilla Glass has gained a reputation among gadget users to be a durable, damage-resistant kind of glass which normally sees action on devices such as smartphones and tablet displays, but when it comes to PC manufacturers, the use of Gorilla Glass is definitely more rare. Still, we are starting to see more and more of these PC manufacturers take advantage of all that Gorilla Glass has to offer to churn out thinner and lighter notebooks these days. Asus claims that the Zenbook Infinity will measure approximately 15.5mm thin, which would surely make this one of the thinnest ultrabooks in the market. Unfortunately, any other details concerning the Asus Zenbook Infinity remains unknown as at press time.