As a gadgets specialist, per usual I was gazing upon something unreleased last week. The object of interest was the HP Spectre, a 13.3 inch ultrabook with a thickness of 10.4 mm and weight of 2.45 pounds — what HP is calling the thinnest laptop in the world.

Its thickness (or lack thereof) is rivaled only by Apple’s Macbook, but that’s still thicker, being 13.2 mm at its thickest point.

Mike Nash, VP of Customer Experience and Portfolio Strategy at HP, was attentive to that fact that … Read more: http://ow.ly/10mFN8


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