There are already people, who are jealous of MacBook Air's 'The Worlds Thinnest Notebook' title, and trying to prove otherwise. Apparently, not in vain. According to Newlaunches, this title belongs to an obscure notebook from 1998, the Mitsubishi Pedion, that was 18.4 millimeters thick, which comes out to 0.7244 inch thick. Although there were many problems with it, and was eventually withdrawn from the market, it is still 0,04 inches thinner than the fattest side of the MacBook Air.
Hair-splitting? Maybe. MacBook Air still stays the thinnest notebook on the market now (and for now), but it is surely deprived of the "Thinnest Notebook Of All Time" title.
Stats for MacBook Air Is Not The Thinnest Notebook
Trending: Older & Average
Research: 5,522 clicks in 431 w
Interest: 1.9 minutes
Concept: MacBook Air Is Not The Thinnest Notebook
Related: 52 examples / 40 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
Comparison Set: 19 similar articles, including: urban noise-scoring platforms, 3d-printed jet engines, and garbage can grills.
MacBook Air Is Not The Thinnest Notebook
More Stats +/-
3D-Printed Jet Engines
Urban Noise-Scoring Platforms
Garbage Can Grills
Interactive Karaoke Apps
Top 100 Drinking Ideas in April