From now onwards, HP’s premium laptops will have a new logo featuring four slanted lines. The company has a announced a new ultra-thin Spectre 13 laptop that flaunts the new logo, which was apparently rejected by HP five years ago.
Instead of the usual ‘hp’ letters, we see four slanted lines that make up the HP logo and will be used in all the company’s premium offerings from now on.
The newly unveiled HP Spectre sports this new logo, which the company claims is the thinnest notebook in the world, measuring a mere 0.41 inches in thickness. The bottom of the device is made out of carbon fiber which makes it so light as weighs-in at just 1.11 kgs.
Key specifications of the Spectre 13 Notebook include a 13.3-inch Full-HD IPS display, USB Type C connectivity, Bang & Olufsen audio and offers upto 512 GB of storage. It will be available in two processor options - Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 with 8GB of RAM.