HP’s World’s Slimmest Laptop To Come To India By Mid June

HP released the Spectre 13 which is now the world’s thinnest laptop on Thursday. The Spectre 13, which is powered by the Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processor measures as thin as a AAA battery at a staggering 10.4 mm thick.

The sleek laptop, which was released with a price tag of $1249 will reportedly make its way into the Indian market sometime in June. The price however is unknown yet and will be announced soon.


The device is not only slim and light but packs much more. It is full of features that make it not only good to look at but also make it a powerful machine. The device comes with a 13.3” measured diagonally screen with a full HD resolution and is protected by Corning Gorilla glass. Other features include a fast PCIe solid state drive ( SSD ) with 512 GB storage and 8 GB of RAM.

The battery is another interesting feature with a hybrid battery split into two rather than the conventional battery. HP claims this duo of batteries delivers 9 and a half hours of usage time.

This is what Anneliese Olson, vice president of personal systems business, HP Asia Pacific and Japan had to say about the Spectre 13: “HP Spectre is the thinnest notebook in the world and unlike the majority of other super thin PCs on the market, this laptop doesn’t compromise power or features. HP amazing engineers set a new standard with the all new Spectre.”


Other features on the Spectre 13 include a carbon fiber body which lends strength to the device and also keeps it light at just 1.11 kg. Intel Hyperbaric cooling system has also made its way to the device which keeps its cooled down and prevents temperatures from getting too high even when the device is handling huge amounts of data and is at its processing peak.

With the hefty price tag that the Spectre comes with, the Indian price will be no less either. So if you’re planning on buying the Spectre 13, you might as well have to sell MacBook or any other laptop that you currently own.


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