HP showcased the Spectre earlier this year, calling it the thinnest laptop in the world. With a thickness of just 10.4mm, that's certainly true, but HP also managed to cram enough powerful hardware in the Spectre for it to blaze through everyday tasks. The laptop offers a 13.1-inch Full HD display, as well as your choice of a sixth-generation Skylake Intel Core i5 or i7 CPU, up to 512GB of flash storage, and 8GB of RAM.
The screen on the Spectre is coated by Gorilla Glass 4, the speakers are powered by Bang & Olufsen, and HP claims that you'll get 9.5 hours of battery life from the 4-cell 38Whr Li-ion battery. That's a lot of hardware for a device that weighs just 2.4 pounds (1.1 kilos).
As you'd imagine, the Spectre costs a premium, with prices starting from ₹1,19,900 ($1,775). That's a $600 premium from the $1,169 retail price of the notebook in the U.S.. If you're interested, the Spectre will go on sale from Saturday.
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Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia for Android Central, Windows Central's sister site. When not reviewing phones, he's testing PC hardware, including video cards, motherboards, gaming accessories, and keyboards.