HP Inc takes aim at Apple with world's thinnest laptop

Daniel Robinson
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HP Spectre - even thinner than Apple's MacBook
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HP Spectre - even thinner than Apple's MacBook

Ultra-thin HP laptop featuring full-fat Intel microprocessors

HP Inc - the PC and printer business of the split-up Hewlett-Packard - has unveiled a new line of premium laptops that the company claims are the world's thinnest at just 10.4mm Furthermore, the company...

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