HP Spectre 13.3 is the slimmest notebook today at 10.4mm
HP went through some serious engineering brainstorming as it releases its newest laptop which measures at just 10.4 mm, or about as thick as a AAA battery for your TV’s remote control.
The HP Spectre 13.3 is currently the slimmest notebook in the market today but not the lightest at 2.45 pounds. Its design is a combination of metal and carbon fiber with design cues taken from jewelry and women’s purses.
Coming from its name, it has a 13.3-inch display topped with Gorilla Glass and has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels or Full HD. There’s no touch response here which is said to be a trade for its slim chassis. Despite its thinness, it’s rocking an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor with up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of PCIe SSD. Unlike the 12-inch MacBook, it has three USB Type-C ports wherein two supports Thunderbolt technology. Of course, it is running Windows 10.
HP will also have a special edition model garnished with 18-karat gold (pictured below) and Swarovski crystals (pictured above).
The laptop will be on pre-order in the US on April 25th starting at $1,170 or around Php 54,200. Store availability will follow suite on May 22nd but at a slightly more expensive price tag of $1,250.