New HP Spectre Laptop Now The Worlds Thinnest

HP has released the thinnest laptop in the world. The HP Spectre 13 and the HP Spectre x360 13 are the newest additions to HP’s high-end premium consumer line. The thin form factor is ideal for laptops as it makes travelling with them easier. The touch screen is also beneficial for productivity. The aluminium and carbon fibre construction make these laptops simultaneously durable and aesthetically pleasing. The former is especially important due to the thickness, or rather the thinness, of the laptop. With how thin the laptop is, the quality of the material is crucial to maintaining a solid build.

The specifications for the laptops are also impressive. With 8th Generation models of Intel’s i5 and i7 processors, the newest HP laptops have top-of-the-line processor speed. The 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM allows for highly efficient multitasking, which helps make the most of the high-end processors. Despite the slim form factor of the laptops, they possess some of the best consumer processors on the market. While mobile tech often sacrifices performance and ability for a slimmer form factor or other mobile-specific benefits, this does not. Powerful processors and an abundance of RAM allow for power-usage on the go.

The 4k resolution displays in the Spectre provide unsurpassed visual fidelity. As 4k content continues to grow and become more widespread, devices capable of displaying 4k media at its intended resolution are becoming more and more desirable. Corning’s Gorilla Glass technology makes the 4k displays of these laptops incredibly resistant to shattering. The screens also have HP’s integrated privacy system, increasing the security of data.

The high capacity of solid state storage is another notable feature. With a 1TB of solid state storage, there’s plenty of space for files, photos, and applications. Compared to an ordinary hard drive, the solid state drive provides vastly increased operating and data retrieval speed. Solid state drives are a direct step up from ordinary hard drives. The difference in speed between hard and solid state drives is immediately apparent.

The HP Spectre x360 13 functions both as a laptop and a tablet. With a battery life of 16.5 hours, it is perfectly suited for long journeys that require a high-performance device. The range is one of the crucial aspects of a mobile device and battery life plays the largest role in it. Despite being the world’s thinnest laptop, the laptop has not sacrificed battery capacity for aesthetics. As well, the device is equipped with HP’s fast-charge technology, allowing for it to reach 50 percent charge within half an hour. Fast charging is helpful as it allows one to easily extend the range of the device through sporadic, intermittent charging, rather than necessitating an overnight charge. The Spectre x360 is also optimized for use with the Windows Ink Certified pen, facilitating creativity and design work on the go. The x360 has capabilities near parallel to those of the laptop variant.

The Spectre 13 laptop and the Spectre x360 13 are now available since October 29th.

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