HP introduced world thinnest laptop Spectre 13 in India


New Delhi: HP Inc has unveiled the world thinnest laptop Spectre 13 in Indian market on Tuesday.  Spectre 13 will be available in India from July 25 with starting price at Rs 1, 19,990.  With a thickness of 10.4mm, it's thinner than the 12-inch MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Air.

Spectre 13 is equipped with sixth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, 8GB RAM and hyperbaric cooling technology that helps the device draws cool air and directs it over the processor rather than just venting heat out, thus keeping the device cool with peak performance.

"Targeted at the youth, the launch of Spectre 13 is to make our mark in the premium market in India. We are already the leader in the overall Indian PC market and with this device, we will push our innovations and experiences deeper into the domestic market," Ketan Patel, Director, Personal Systems Business, HP Inc India.

Spectre 13 has full HD IPS Corning Gorilla Glass 4 display and Bang & Olufsen audio with Quad Speakers Sound. High-gloss copper accents reflect a hand-polished, jewellery-like finish and an innovative hidden piston hinge creates the illusion of a hinge-less design to offer an unmatched premium look-and-feel.

An innovative hybrid battery split into two thinner pieces delivers the same wattage as a single battery for up to 9 hours 45 minutes of charge.

It has three full function USB Type-CTM connectors, including two of which support ThunderboltTM, to provide a fast, versatile input/output connection. The device packs in a lightning fast PCIe solid-state drive (SSD) with storage up to 512GB with up to 8GB of memory.

Speaking about the HP Spectre 13, Rajiv Srivastava, Managing Director, HP India said, "HP as India's technology leader aims to make life better, productive and more fun. We are at the forefront of delivering industry-leading innovation and HP's Spectre 13 is a beautifully crafted Notebook and a reflection of what many millennials aspires to be exceptional, cool, dazzling, standing out from the crowd, but making an impact."