As well as being shiny brown, it’s also rather slim. Not Macbook Air thin, but fairly flat nonetheless. It starts at 21mm at the back, tapering down to a mere 16mm at the front. It’s light too at just 1Kg.
Underneath its coffee coloured shell sits a 10in display and it’s powered (not unsurprisingly) by a 1.6GHz Atom chip. Two flavours will apparently be on offer – a 32GB SSD version that’ll set you back $699 and a 64GB SSD model that’s pushing into traditional laptop price territory at $899.