Sure, the Spectre is thinner than the MacBook. But it also packs in much better specs than the MacBook. You can configure the HP Spectre with the 6th generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. It comes standard with 8 GB RAM and storage is expandable upto 512 GB PCIe SSD. Packing all this up in a 10.4 mm body needed some real engineering. To handle the powerful Core i processors, the HP Spectre uses ‘hyperbaric cooling technology’ from Intel that draws cool air into the body (rather than just exhausting hot air from it). With ultra-thin polymer hybrid batteries, HP claims its battery lasts a full 9 hours. The MacBook is a complete slouch compared to the Spectre.
HP incorporated a Full HD 13" display on this laptop. The audio department features stereo speakers designed by Bang & Olufsen Audio. The speaker grill goes well with the overall styling of the laptop. The keyboard, being so thin, lacks key travel but it isn’t terrible to use. HP is especially proud of this laptop’s hinge mechanism that uses the classic piston hinge design to do the job perfectly and beautifully.
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