Outside of a handful on inventive (if flawed), this has not been a year for radically memorable laptop designs. They’ve all got thin bodies now. Everyone has managed to shrink the bezels around screens down to near-nothing. And even Apple’s unique is already a year old.
That’s why I tip my hat to HP, which has made its revamped 13-inch Spectre arguably the coolest-looking new laptop of the year. It’s also a highly competent super-slim computer, which gives us the freedom to dwell on its good looks.
But good looks will cost you. The Spectre starts at $1,299 in the US. Slightly different configurations are available in the UK, starting at £1,599 and Australia, at AU$3,299.
Design is king
People sometimes give me a doubtful look when I tell them that a laptop is like a pair of eyeglasses.
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