HP has launched an all-new Spectre notebook  that’s incredibly thin at 10.4mm thick – that’s as thinner than Macbook Air and only a few hairs more than your smartphone.
The  new Spectre has a 13.3-inch full HD display that is protected by gorilla glass. It’s  runs on windows 10 naturally, and can be configured with either  Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, along with  Bang & Olufsen speakers.
It’s keyboard are backlit and is accompanied with a glass touchpad
It features a hybrid battery that can split into thin pieces and is capable of powering the Spectre for nine and a half hours,  three USB-C ports – two of which support Thunderbolt for connecting to high-end monitors.
It has an aluminium chassis with glossy copper accents and piston powered hinges and comes in at a very light 2.45lbs
The new Specter will set you back  $1,170, but it will depend on your RAM and Storage and CPU configurations. It’ll be available to pre-order online at HP.com and BBY.com on April 25. Best Buy will have it in stores on May 22 with a starting price at $1,250

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