Quick TEQ: HP will be releasing it’s so called “world’s thinnest” laptop which it calls Spectre.
HP’s has announced that its new laptop, Spectre will soon be the “world’s thinnest” laptop. Being measured in at 10.4mm in width, which is just as thin as a triple-A battery. HP’s Spectre has an aluminium chassis that will be CNC machined. The Spectre will have a full HD 13.3 inch edge to edge display, and will be available in two variants.
The first variant will have a 6th generation Intel Core i5 processor and the second will have an Intel Core i7 processor. The Spectre houses 512 GB of SSD, and 8GB of RAM. Both the variants also have Bang & Olufsen sound systems with HP Audio Boost Technology. The battery life seems like a dream come true, as HP claims that users will be able to get up to 9.5 hours of battery life in one full charge.
HP’s new Spectre has a carbon fiber bottom panel which means that the laptop is not just durable, but is also light weight. Believe it or not, but the HP Spectre weighs in at only 2.45 pounds, or 1.11 kg.
The Spectre will be available for pre ordering on the official HP.com website from the 25th of April ’16, and will cost you USD 1169.99. Seems beauty doesn’t come cheap these days!
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