Inhon is a relatively unknown manufacturer in the computer industry. It is a Taiwanese company that only recently started making laptops. Before making its own laptops, however, it was the OEM for Gigabyte's X11 Ultrabook. Despite receiving mixed reviews, Inhon went on to create the Carbonbook 11 based on the same framework as the X11.
The Inhon Carbonbook 11 I bought has a Core i5-3337U processor and a 120GB SSD. It weighs less than 1kg, and has a mediocre battery to keep its body slim. The main reason I bought the Carbonbook last year was because my previous laptop (Asus U32U) was severely underpowered. Even though I upgraded it to have 6GB of RAM, it's E450 APU couldn't handle much more than extremely basic office tasks. The Carbonbook was only around $600 USD, yet it had a current-gen processor and an SSD. It had an amazing price to performance ratio.