HP Spectre One: The new all-in-one dress
HP today introduced its new desktop All-In-One (all-in-one) Spectre One, which points to a high-end niche by offering a sleek design, good construction materials and great features. Around the first, the images speak for themselves, and the company branded its creation as “wonderful” (gorgeous in English), featuring a reflective glass screen of 23.6 inches and the use of aluminum to make the case.
On the side of the supply of hardware, we see that the screen is high resolution (1080p) not touch, having central processors below Intel’s third-and last-generation graphics with dedicated Nvidia and mass storage via SSD (SSD). In connectivity, the entrance looks a NFC chip, which will serve to synchronize data with mobile devices, along with USB 3.0 and HDMI, including basic connections.
Overall a very good machine, but when we look to the side brings peripherals, we got the surprise. Because the keyboard and touchpad to control the mouse pointer, are shockingly similar to Apple sells accessories for your computer, and in fact, the Trackpad is the same.
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