Laptops or notebooks that are really thin and light are the way to go – after all, it is not as though this particular trend is about to undergo a reverse anytime soon, not when you have tasted the goodness of an Ultrabook or something similar, like the MacBook Air, unless you really need a high powered computer on your travels. NEC of Japan has come up with their NEC LaVie Hybrid Zero, being a spanking new lightweight laptop which will run on a 5th generation Intel Core “Broadwell” processor.
For starters, the NEC LaVie Hybrid Zero would be 0.67” thin, and it will tip the scales at approximately 1.7lbs thereabouts. These are specifications that make it ideal for the reporter on the showfloor who needs to get from one site to another in the fastest manner possible, not to be bogged down by the weight of his or her gear.
Apart from that, there will also be a 2-in-1 model with a touchscreen display that can rotate 360 degrees, allowing the user to place the display back-to-back with the keyboard, ensuring that the laptop functions as a tablet. This model will be heavier of course at 2.04lbs. Depending on the model that you want, you can choose from a 13.3” Full HD or WQHD display, an Intel Core i5-5200U or Core i7-5500U processor, and 4GB to 8GB of RAM.