HP India recently announced the launch of the world’s thinnest laptop, the HP Spectre in India and we got a chance to play with the laptop with the beautiful device. Check out our First Impressions video of the laptop below, but before that, let’s round up on the specifications of this luxury machine.
HP Spectre Specification:
- 13.3 inch full HD Display
- Resolution of 1920 x 1080p
- Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection
- 6th Gen Core i5-6200U / i7-6500U processor Intel HD Graphics 520
- 8 GB RAM
- 256 GB/512 GB SSD
- Type C Port x 3
- Windows 10 Pro
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Audio by Bang & Olufsen
- 1.1 Kgs
- 10.4mm thin
The slim and stylish HP Spectre packs in a 13.3 inch full HD display with Corning Gorilla 4 protection, which is great. And HP has made sure that the device is does come with not just the beauty on the outside but also some really powerful internals.
The HP Spectre is powered by a 6th Gen Core i5-6200U / i7-6500U processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 256 GB / 512 GB PCIe SSD for all the storage. All of these components are kept cool with the Hyperbaric Cooling system which sucks in cool air and directs it to the hot internal components of the Spectre. On the connectivity from there are three USB 3.0 Type-C ports with one taking care of charging.
Apart from being the world’s thinnest laptop measuring at just 10.4mm, the HP Spectre also weighs much less than it’s competitors at just 1.1 Kgs. This makes it very easy to carry around in day-to-day working. The light weight is achieved with the help of black carbon fibre and Aluminium body which comes with a copper colour finish, giving it a different look.
Hands-on images of the HP Spectre:
Starting at Rs. 1,19,990 and to be available from July 25th, the HP Spectre is sure to increase the style quotient in your lifestyle. It is marvellous as to how well HP India has put together the HP Spectre, balancing both style and specs and making sure it does not lose out on any technical aspects in comparison to its competitor. Yes, the price of the laptop is high, for the package, it is worth every penny.
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