Yes, I’m an Apple guy through and through. I tried them all: Windows, Linux, Remix OS, CloudReady. But when I have to get the job done, I always come back to Mac OS X. I know, it’s not perfect and it has its lows, but Mac OS X, in combination with the new MacBook, is like heaven when it comes to an efficient workflow and important mobility.
And as I said before: Right now mobility is far more important for me than pure power. Yes, I’d love to play the new VR games on my laptop, I’d love to see the world of Witcher 3 in high quality and I’d love to kill monsters in Fallout 4 without a framerate drop by 90 percent. But the lighter and thinner and smaller my laptop is the better. For all of us. Believe me.
So it’s cool that HP just unveiled the world’s thinnest laptop named Spectre. It’s a right step into or a more mobile world where you can work from everywhere you want to without the urge of sitting in an office all day long while thinking about suicide. Spectre has a 13.3-inch 1080p display, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage – and it’s as thing as an AAA battery and weighs not more than 2.45 lbs. Pre-orders begin April 25 for $1,170, before its release one month later, at a base price of $1,250.
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