Meet World’s thinnest laptop: HP Spectre 13

HP Spectre 13 is the world’s thinnest laptop
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On Thursday, HP Inc launched World’s thinnest laptop, HP Spectre 13.

With a thickness of 10.4mm, the laptop is as thin as an AAA battery. It includes with sixth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.

“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,” said Anneliese Olson, vice president of personal systems business, HP Asia Pacific and Japan.

A beautiful Full HD edge-to-edge display, Intel Core i processors coupled with Bang and Olufsen stereo sound and a sexy and thin design, “HP’s amazing engineers set a new standard with the all-new Spectre,” she told reporters here.

Some noticeable features of HP Spectre 13

  • Edge-to-edge Corning® Gorilla® Glass
  • Backlit keyboard and glass trackpad
  • HP Audio Boost
  • Full HD IPS Display

Specification of HP Spectre 13

Processor

Processor type Intel Core i5-4200U
Processor speed 1600.0 MHz
Number of Cores 2.0

Display

Display size 13.3 inches
Graphics
Graphics Type Integrated
Primary Graphics Chipset Intel HD Graphics

Storage

Drive 1 size 128.0 GB
Drive 1 type Solid-State Drive

Ports and Connections

Available Interfaces
  • Audio – Microphone In (1/8
  • HDMI
  • Mini DisplayPort
  • USB 3.0
Wireless connection
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n

Memory

Memory size 4.0 MB
Memory type DDR3
Memory speed 1600.0 MHz
Dimensions
Width 12.7 inches
Depth 8.6 inches
Height 0.6 inches
Weight 3.2 pounds
Operating System Microsoft Windows 8.1
Other Features
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Built-In Microphone
  • Built-In Webcam
  • Touchpad (Multitouch)

 

The $1,249 notebook will be available in the Indian market from mid-June this year. So far no price is available for this device in India.

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