HP says that its latest laptop is going to be the world's thinnest.
Having played with it, I'm inclined to agree.
The HP Spectre is 10.4 millimeters thick.
I went back and looked, at Macbook Air, is 17mm thick, even the 12 inch Macbook is 13mm thick, you may not think that's a huge difference, but once you get down to this level, it actually makes it a big deal just shaving one or two millimeters off something.
The way that HP does it, is by using an infinite hinge that means you can open it fully but you don't have some of the extra added bulk on the back That you do with a traditional clamshell laptop.
The body is made of carbon fiber and aluminum, it's got a very unique kind of smoky grey look with gold accents.
Now inside in a small laptop like this, you'll often find an Intel Core M Processor, this actually has full Core I5 And Core i7 Processors.
Plus a very large battery that's very thin and spread out over the entire, sort of interior of the laptop.
You're gonna be able to preorder this from HP or Best Buy starting at the end of April, it's gonna start at 1169.
And it should ...That ship around the end of May.
That is the very thin, very light HP Spectre.
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