HP moved its ultra-thin notebook Spectre Intel Core eighth generation

Last spring HP introduced a laptop Spectre, which at the time was called the most thin in the world. The device features a 13-inch screen, weighs 1.1 kg, and the thickness is 10.4 mm.

Those models were based on the Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors of the sixth generation, and now the manufacturer puts them on the most relevant Core CPU of the eighth generation.

The source reports that for a model with Core i5-8250U will ask for $ 1300, and for the version with Core i7-8550U — $ 1400. It is somewhat more expensive than last year’s models, but the Quad-core processors for now.

The RAM can be 8 or 16 GB and the HDD capacity is 256 GB or 1 TB. There is also the opportunity to purchase a Spectre with a display resolution of 4K UHD and not just Full HD. In addition, the source said a small increase to the capacity of the battery: 43 WHr, compared to 38 W•h Everything else, apparently, has not changed.

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