- The Spectre 13 measures just 10.4mm in thickness.
- It’s powered by Intel’s 6th Generation ‘Skylake’ CPUs.
- The laptop is built from aluminium and carbon fibre.
HP took the wraps of its Apple MacBook Air-killer a couple of months back and very soon, you’ll be able to get your hands on it in India. HP India is having an event on June 21 where we expect it to launch the Spectre 13, which currently holds the title of being the thinnest laptop in the world.
The new device also debuts the new HP logo that will go on all of its premium offerings. Pricing details are still vague at this point so your guess is as good as ours. We feel HP will try to make it as competitive as Apple’s offering, however given the base specifications of the laptop, it could go upwards of Rs. 80,000.
The Spectre 13 measures just 10.4mm thick, which is how it earned its title but there’s much more going in its favour. The stylish look is brought upon by a mix of aluminium and carbon fibre which lends the laptop a stunning look, while keeping it durable. The Spectre 13 also comes with three USB Type-C ports which are placed on the back of the copper-coated edge. It sports a 13.3-inch full-HD display, which comes with a 0.4mm Corning Gorilla Glass layer protecting it.
HP hasn’t compromised on the specifications either as the laptop will come with a choice of Intel’s 6th Generation Core processors, SSD storage up to 512GB, and 8GB of RAM as standard. The company also claims that the battery inside the device can keep the laptop running for 9.5 hours on a single charge.
The HP Spectre 13 is an impressive device for sure, as we’ve are already talked about it in detail during our first encounter . We will be bringing you the full review of the laptop soon, so stay tuned for that.