HP has just launched a new generation of laptop. This is claimed as the world’s thinnest laptop and it is as thin as the AAA battery.
The Spectre 3 weighs only 1.1 KG (2.45lb) and the thickness is 10.4mm. This is thinner than the Apple’s 12-inch Retina MacBook which is 13.1mm thick and weighs 2.03lbs by comparison.
These two companies are in a serious competition now. Both want to gain the shares of the premium quality laptop market. Rumor says that Apple is also on the way to announce their next thinnest model very soon.
The Spectre 3 has sixth generation Intel core i5 and i7 processor variation. According to the Hp store, the starting price is $1169.99. The price is not going to be same for the whole world.
01. 10.4mm width and 2.45lbs in weight
02. Intel core i5 and core i7 versions
03. High end furniture design inspired
04. 13-inch diagonal edge-to-edge display
05. 512GB Solid-state drive (SSD)
06. 8GB of RAM
07. 9 hours of battery life
08. Three USB Type-C ports
09. Backlit keyboard and glass trackpad
This is now the thinnest laptop available in the market and from the image I can easily confirm that it is very sexy looking. Although this does not compromise the battery quality at all. The hybrid battery technology is split into two thinner pieces that delivers the same amount of charge as a single battery.
There were some design flaws in the Macbook, like the USB ports. HP has figured that out by adding 3 USB Type-C ports.
The display is full HD and edge-to edge IPS dispaly featuring Corning Gorilla glass. You can feel the premium experience of image and video watching on this display. The bottom of the laptop is made of carbon fiber. This is to make it durable yet light weight.
Even after the powerful processor the hyperbaric cooling system keeps the machine as cool as possible. This is yet to be tested after playing a game or watching movies and trying photoshop for 1-2 hours.
The hyperbaric cooling system”, which features two ultra-thin fans, a heat-pipe and a copper radiator, allowing the system to not only extract heat but also draw in cool air and direct it over the processor.
This laptop has yet sometime to hit the market, but Unbox Therapy has already taken the chance to review it. Let’s watch the video.