We haven’t seen much from HP recently that catches our eye, but the new Spectre laptop certainly got our attention.
HP claims it’s the thinnest laptop in the world, beating the MacBook Air at its own game. And just as its exterior is luxurious, its specs are premium, too.
It’s not priced for the budget laptop shoppers, but it’s not designed for them, either. Rather, it’s for people who care about how their laptop looks as much as how well they perform.
Check out HP’s Spectre.
This is the Spectre, HP’s gorgeous new laptop.
It’s absurdly thin at 10.4mm, which is thinner than the 11-inch MacBook Air (17 mm) AND the 12-inch MacBook (13 mm).
At 2.45 lbs, the HP Spectre is heavier than the 11-inch MacBook Air (2.38 lbs) and the 12-inch MacBook (2.03 lbs).
Despite its sleek design and slim weight, it has similar specs you’d find on thicker laptops.
Most importantly, it runs Intel’s full-size Core i processors, not the mobile Core m processors that are designed for super-slim and portable computers, but run a lot slower.