Conclusion: It's great to see companies that aren't the well-known notebook brands produce credible and original format enhancements. The honeycomb appearance of the Gigabyte X11's carbon fibre exterior certainly has its charm, although the styling is far from the MacBook Air or Samsung Series 9 . The phenomenally low weight and slimness are quite compelling, and this is a surprisingly powerful notebook for its size.
Pros: Impressively speedy for an Ultrabook, Very light and slim, Attractive carbon fibre chassis
Cons: Issues with keyboard and trackpad, Flex in screen, No wired Ethernet port
Summary: The Gigabyte X11 is not only ridiculously lightweight and slim, it also packs enough power under the hood to tackle demanding tasks. If Gigabyte can sort out a couple of small issues with the keyboard and trackpad before it goes on sale, it'll be a seriously good product.
Pros: Extremely lightweight, Super-slim design, Sturdy carbon fibre construction, Very powerful, Good screen
Cons: Small problems with the space bar and trackpad were annoying but could yet be fixed