You know something’s special when it goes by a single name. So like Madonna and Bono, HP’s Spectre is one of a kind. Measuring just 0.4 inches thick (10.4mm) and weighing only 2.45 pounds, the 13.3-inch Spectre is the slimmest laptop ever made. Available for preorder April 25th (on HP.com and Best Buy) and starting at $1,169, this slim black-and-copper system looks like a very strong competitor to the 12-inch MacBook and Dell XPS 13.
The Spectre thrashes every other notebook in terms of thinness, and with components including a full HD screen, Intel Core i5 or i7 CPU, 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of SSD storage, it’s no slouch in the specs department either. And unlike the 12-inch Macbook, HP found room for not one, but three USB Type-C ports on the Spectre’s superthin body, two of which support Thunderbolt 3.
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