HP uncovered the new HP Spectre, dubbed the world’s thinnest laptop, in the UAE on Sunday. It is 10.4mm thin and weighs just 1.1 kilograms, beating Apple’s latest and thinnest MacBook, which is 13.1mm thin.
“A large part of our business philosophy is to reinvent who we are, what our customers want, how we can provide that and , uniquely, how we anticipate that,” Mathew Thomas, VP and MD, Middle East, HP Inc., said in a statement.
“We aspire to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere and, in the HP Spectre, we see innovation at its best, advanced and progressive technology that is geared to optimum productivity and a style and design that defines class,” Thomas added.
Running in Windows 10, the HP Spectre is built with sixth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, with storage of up to 512GB and up to 8GB of memory for maximum performance. It features a 13.3” diagonal edge-to-edge display, featuring damage-resistant Corning Gorilla glass.
Bang & Olufsen stereo speakers deliver premium sound quality that is further enhanced with HP Audio Boost technology.
Inside the laptop lies a hybrid battery that has been split into two thinner pieces in order to deliver the same wattage of a single, advanced battery, up to 9.5 hours of battery life, without compromising the thinness of the laptop.