At international jewelery conference New York Times International Luxury Conference the company HP Inc. announced the completion of HP Spectre model with a 13.3-inch screen line of premium laptops, declared as “the world’s thinnest notebook.”
The new premium model of laptop HP Spectre is made on the basis of an aluminum alloy chassis with precision machining on CNC machines with micron tolerances. New framed in the body, combining gold and black shades. Through the use of plastic-based carbon fiber as the material back cover, managed to create a thin, easy and simultaneously robust design weighing only 1.1 kg.
In the development of new premium notebook HP Spectre was attended by world-famous masters – the British studio industrial design Tord Bunte (Tord Boontje) and jewelery designer Hannah Jess (Jess Hannah) from Los Angeles.
The new premium series notebooks HP Spectre, the thickness of which is comparable with the diameter of form factor batteries AAA, equipped with 13.3-inch displays on IPS matrix with Full HD resolution and a protective glass Corning Gorilla. New products also have built-in sound system with HP Audio Boost and stereo speakers authorship Danish engineers from Bang & Olufsen technology.
The design feature of the new laptops HP Spectre also is the use of hybrid batteries, divided into two thin segment and provides up to 9.5 hours of battery life on a single charge.
In the retail versions will be available based on Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors of the new 6th generation. All models of the new series are equipped with a fast SSD PCIe bus with capacity up to 512 GB, and 8 GB of RAM and a three-port USB Type-C, two of which support Thunderbolt technology.
The new 13.3-inch HP Spectre laptops will initially be available for pre-order in the US from April 25 to as low as $ 1169.99, and on May 22 at Best Buy stores for as low as $ 1249.99. On the timing of the start of sales in other countries information yet.