Recently, HP launched its latest product, the HP Spectre 13, in Jakarta, dubbing it the world’s thinnest laptop. The Spectre laptop series itself was first announced back in 2012 and made quite a buzz among tech aficionados who particularly love the Ultrabook laptop series, already known for its sleek figure and long-lasting battery power.
The HP Spectre 13 features powerful Intel Core i7 processors and runs on the latest Windows 10 operating system. For display, the laptop boasts a 13.3-inch screen on a carbon fibre base that creates a super-thin profile, both of which durable and lightweight giving the laptop a total mass of only 1.11kg. Meanwhile, the new laptop packs 512GB worth of storage and 8GB of RAM into its slim-line body. Other specs include stereo speakers by Bang & Olufsen, a comfortable island-style backlit keyboard, and a hybrid battery split into two thinner pieces delivering up to 9 hours and 45 minutes of battery life.
HP Spectre’s aesthetic pleasure can also be seen in its high-gloss copper accents and its handed-polished and jewellery-like finishing. Meanwhile, an innovative hidden piston hinge also creates the illusion of a hinge-less design that will delight users.
“The 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,” said Subin Joseph, President Director of HP Indonesia. The world’s thinnest laptop is priced at Rp 22,999,000. For more information, visit website.