Would you believe that HP’s newest contender on the thin-laptop market comes in at just four-tenths of an inch think, and weighs less than two and a half pounds. Yes friends, HP has gone and created the thinnest laptop EVER.
The new Spectre comprises an Intel Core i7 processor, 10 hours of battery and 8GB of RAM, all encased within a truly unique copper coating – apparently designed to attract the kind of customer that likes their products “a bit bling-bling”. It even comes with a Bang & Olufsen sound system, which let’s face it, doesn’t get any better than that.
Also included are three USB Type-C ports (one of which can be used for charging, and the other two are compatible with Thunderbolt 3).
It is thought that prices for the product will start at around $1,170, and will be available to preorder as of April 25. Who’s in?