HP has today announced what they claim to be the world’s thinnest laptop, called the HP Spectre 13.3, it measures just 10.3mm thick and features a CNC machined aluminum chassis, with a limited edition version that comes finished with diamonds and 18K gold.
That gold version was designed by Jess Hannah, a Los Angeles-based jewelry design, called the HP Spectre by J. Hannah with opulent 18K gold, which is featured on both the top and the rear of the notebook, and has been polished finish.
HP’s logo has also been encrusted with diamonds on the feature, and the keyboard deck has been plated in 18K gold to match the rest of the notebook, with a diamond crusted power.
Inside there’s also an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, with a HD 13.3 inch diagonal edge-to-edge display, and Bang & Olufsen sound.
It also weighs just 1.1kg, with USB Type C connectors, two of which will support Thunderbolt, storage up to 512GB, and memory options up to 8GB of RAM.
Finally, it has a 9.5 hours of battery from a single charge.
The Spectre 13.3 goes up for pre-order on April 25th in the US from $1,170, it will be available in Best Buy stores on May 22nd.