The HP Spectre 13 is the world’s thinnest laptop as it only measures 10.4-millimeters at its thickest point, and it only weighs 1.1-kilograms. HP Inc, a global leader in printing and personal computing technologies, just recently launched the laptop but it won’t be available in all regions immediately. With its thickness, or rather its thinness, it is as this as that of an ordinary AAA-battery. It also carries either an Intel Core i5 or an Intel Core i7 processor right out of the bat.
The HP Spectre 13 is as Thick as a AAA Battery
The HP Spectre 13 has many other features to be proud of, and not only by the fact that it is crazy thin. It packs a superb entertainment setup as it has a 13.3-inch (measured diagonally) full HD display, a lightning-fast PCIe solid-state drive (SSD) for its storage with up to 512GB of internal capacity that comes off as standard, and up to 8GB of RAM.
Its battery pack is that of an innovative one as it is split into two thinner pieces. The package delivers the same charge as a single battery but it can boast up to nine-and-a-half hours of battery life. However, it still depends on how you’re going to run the laptop as the battery life may be shorter when running powerful software or beefing up the device’s capabilities to its maximum.
Anneliese Olson, vice president of personal systems business of HP Asia Pacific and Japan, has this to say about the laptop: ” “HP Spectre is the thinnest notebook in the world and unlike the majority of other super thin PCs on the market, this laptop doesn’t compromise power or features.” The Full HD edge-to-edge display (which means that it also sports an incredibly thin bezel), an Intel iCore chipset, and a Bang and Olufsen stereo system, make it “HP’s amazing engineers setting a new standard with the all-new Spectre,” as what Olson told reporters.
It should also be mentioned that the Full HD IPS edge-to-edge display features Corning Gorilla which delivers superb viewing experience in just about any angle. Therefore, color accuracy is bound to be excellent no matter what angle you position the display of the laptop to, thus making it deliver a superb experience ins editing photos, making business presentations, and of course, watching movies.
The HP Spectre 13 also has Windows Hello support on optional HD IR camera, and it gives interested purchasers the choice between an i5 or an i7 processor. Of course, the latter chipset will then make the device more expensive than when getting the former.