Imagine the world's thinnest laptop; actually nevermind, you do not have to imagine it because it is already here. HP just launched their new HP Spectre laptop.
The Spectre's most noteworthy feature is that it's the world's thinnest full-power laptop, at just 10.4mm thick. Since I do a lot of coffee hopping through-out the day, I do need something that I don't feel like it is a hassle to carry around. It is way lighter than any textbook that I carried in college. That is a fact.
One of the things that caught my eyes when I opened the box was the bold color scheme of the Sprectre. It helps the Spectre stand out a lot to me. HP ditched the usual silver and gray for a dark, smokey gray with gold accents. The entire hinge is a bright, jeweled gold, which just draws more attention to its unusual design (and which picks up fingerprints pretty easily).
Another great feature of the Spectre is that it can multitask between many apps effortlessly. You can run through Word documents and Excel spreadsheets without an issue, and can even handle image editing in Photoshop without really breaking a sweat. Trust me, a lot of laptop would freeze or shut down when handling to many things at once. I have many stories about that, but that is for another time and another blog post.
The Spectre is not a gaming machine, which is okay, because it is not designed to be, but it’s more than powerful enough for productivity work. I love a laptop that can keep up with me and my weird ability to multitask ten things at once (and not freak out). Being in the blogging industry means you have to multitask easily and be a jack of all trades if you want to do well.
Follow me on my journey with HP as I master how to use this amazing laptop for work, blogging, editing photos, and among other things.
Post sponsored by HP.