HP debuts the world's thinnest laptop
April 5, 2016 - Uncategorized
HP’s new Spectre 13.3-inch laptop, running Windows 10, is gorgeous and only weighs 2.45 pounds. At 0.4 of an inch thick — as thick as a AAA battery — it’s also the world’s thinnest laptop available on on the market (includes laptops that have shipped over 1 million units as of Feb. 10) according to HP’s research. My own findings confirm as much, too.
The Spectre 13.3-inch looks like a piece of jewelry that belongs in a high-end fashion store on Fifth Avenue. The “Ash Silver” laptop’s hood and body are made of sturdy aluminum, and its base is made from lightweight carbon fiber. The copper-polished hinge, inspired by cabinet door hinges, helps make the display appear like it’s floating above the keyboard. Read more…