Mouse Computer, a Japanese company unveiled the lightest ultrabook of the world on 26, April 2012. The device has been named the LuvBook X. It is a carbon fiber-bodied ultrabook that weighs less than 2.2lbs or around 985 grams (less than 1 kilogram). It has an 11.6 inch wide display with 1366 x 768 pixels screen resolution. The device is powered by an Intel Core i5-2467M Ivy Bridge processor. It is also available in a second version with Core i7-2657M chip. But, the customers will have to pay more for this.
The dimensions of the gadget are 298 x 194 x 5.5 mm. It has 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD for the memory side. There is Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, mini Display Port, card reader, 2 USB 2.0 and 2 USB 3.0 ports for connectivity. There is a headphone jack and a microSD memory card slot as well. There is an irreplaceable battery that offers up to 5.5 hours of runtime. It comes with a 1.3 mega pixel camera. It lacks a backlit keyboard.
The LuvBook X is already available in Japan with a price tag of 89,800 yen (approximately 1,110 US Dollars) for the Core i5 model. The version with Core i7-2657M processor will cost $260 more. The details regarding the worldwide release of the ultrabook have not been revealed by the company.