HP didn’t waste any time in appearing off the pc it thinks is “higher than a MacBook,” and there’s no denying it’s, at the very least, ridiculously skinny. HP lately formally unveiled the Spectre 13, and the corporate is fast to indicate that it’s the thinnest pc in the global. The numbers don’t lie, both. The Spectre 13 measures in at handiest 10.4mm thick, this means that it is available in just a little thinner than what Apple placed in conjunction with its 12-inch MacBook (13.2mm thick), or even Dell’s XPS 13 (15.2mm thick).
The Spectre 13 is in some ways HP's try at a up to date MacBook Air. There aren't any gimmicks: no 4K show, no touchscreen, no removable or twisting frame. It's simply making an attempt to be a in point of fact forged, trendy pc.
And that is what it sounds as if to be. The Spectre 13 has a 13.3-inch, 1080p show, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of garage in its base style. More importantly, it comprises both a Core i5 or a Core i7 processor. That's the form of processor you would generally in finding in the MacBook Air or a normal ultrabook — laptops this measurement frequently get Core H, which is slower, however does not get as scorching and lets in for a smaller battery.
“We understand that. We’ve noticed Apple do this. But our consumers need Core i, and O’m right here to inform you these days we pulled it off.”
As a long way as pricing is going, it's going to get started at $1,169.99 with pre-orders kicking off on April 25, and shipments start someday in May. On May 22, the HP Spectre 13 will be to be had at Best Buy for $1,249.99.
What do you call to mind the Spectre 13? Is HP out-designing Apple?