The Spectre Xbook 15 has been out for a little over a week now, and we’ve already seen how it compares to the other high-end laptop from HP.
The Spectre 16 and HP Spectre 13 both have an aluminum body, a thin design, and good battery life.
However, the Spectre X15 is a completely different beast.
It’s not just thinner, but lighter as well, with a 4.4-pound weight penalty compared to the 4.9-pound HP Spectre 15.
While it’s still heavier than a 13-inch MacBook Pro 13-in-1, it’s also much thinner and lighter than the HP 13- and 13-inchers.
The HP Spectre xBook 15 weighs in at 4.5 pounds lighter than its 13- in-1 sibling, and 4.7 pounds lighter that the 13-Incher, but it still packs a hefty 13-pound battery.
As you can see in the images below, the 15-inch model also has a new design and a larger display.
The main changes here are the new Intel Core i7-5960U, 8GB of RAM, a 2TB HDD, and Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M graphics.
There’s also a 15-megapixel rear camera and 8MP front camera.
The XBook models are only available with the latest versions of Intel’s Ivy Bridge and Kaby Lake processors, but you can buy Intel’s latest chipsets from Lenovo, Dell, and other OEMs.
The only other option is the Intel HD Graphics 520, which is not an option.
We also got a chance to see the Spectre 15 for ourselves during CES 2015, where we got to see it in person.
As usual, HP did a great job of showing off the new laptop, and the company was happy to show off its new graphics processor and a couple of other features.
It also showed off the keyboard and the touchpad on the new machine, which are very similar to the ones you’ll find in its competitors.
The Spectre 15 is available now in select countries, including the US, UK, Germany, Australia, France, and Brazil.
In the UK, the laptop is listed for a suggested retail price of £2,999 ($3,149), while the US price is $2,699 ($3