HP Spectre One, new all-in-one high performance and minimum thickness
HP surprised us today showing a new range of desktop type “All-In-One”, ie computers all-in-one, led by the spectacular HP Spectre One, which by design and tiny thickness, could almost be considered a “desktop Ultrabook”.
And its chassis only has a thickness of 11.5 millimeters, making it look very elegant and fascinating, but also has its negatives, like not being able to have some elements such as an optical drive or tuner TV. Not only that, this model does not have a touch screen, thanks to be as “thin”.
However, they have managed to make this minimum thickness can incorporate processors to choose from latest generation of Intel, Ivy Bridge, with choices between Core i5 or Core i7, along with a NVidia graphics card with 1GB of video memory ( for now the exact model is unknown), 6 GB of RAM, two USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI output, Ethernet jack, WiFi and the sound comes from the hand of Beats Audio technology by Dr. Dre, something already seems to be traditional HP computers.
Finally, the HP Spectre One features a wireless keyboard and trackpad, the latter being the understudy of the touchscreen and even the mouse, but suspiciously reminiscent MagicTrackpad Apple presented a few months ago. No doubt the design is similar to One Spectre of the Cupertino iMac, hopefully as good and versatile computer is not compromised by this similarity in the market.
About the price and availability, will be available from November with a base cost of 1,399 euros.
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