If you’ve been hunting high and low for the thinnest, lightest laptop you can get your hands on, you’ll need to buy a ticket to Taiwan. Inhon’s razor-thin Blade 13 goes on sale there this June and it may never make its way outside the country’s borders.That’d be a real shame, because there are plenty of folks that would love to get their hands on a notebook that’s just 10.7mm thick and weighs just 1.9 pounds. Those specs make the Blade 13 slightly thinner than some smartphones (like the Nokia Lumia 620) and just six ounces heavier than the original iPad.Don’t be fooled by the slender profile, though — the Blade 13 packs some serious power. It’s going to be available with either an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor. Other specs include a 128GB or 256GB SSD, 4GB of RAM, and a 13-inch (hence the name) 1080p display. The price? A fairly reasonable $1,350 (converted, of course).A second model will be available, too. If you’re not quite ready to spend that kind of coin on a notebook, Inhon will also be offering the Blade with a fiberglass shell and a 1600 x 900 resolution display. This less-expensive Blade stretches the calipers to 12.6mm and adds just under half a pound of weight, but it should sell for just under a thousand dollars.It’s tough to imagine a company like Inhon trying to bring a machine like this to the U.S., at least under its own name. It’s always possible, however, that someone else’s corporate eyebrows might be raised — and lead to a private-labeling deal that sees this svelte system making its way west.