HP is aiming to show that it can make cool laptops like Apple. The company plans to officially reveal a new laptop in its high-end consumer Spectre notebook lineup on Tuesday that will have a 13.3-inch display but will be less than 11 millimeters thick.

HP plans to reveal the new laptop in a rather interesting way. According to The New York Times:

In fact, HP has made a small number of the new slim laptops in gold and diamonds, to be sold for $25,000 each for charity, with the unveiling planned for a New York Times Luxury Conference in Paris.

Earlier this year, HP announced the EliteBook Folio, a business-themed Windows 10 notebook that is just 12.4 millimeters thick and weighs less than 2.2 pounds.