HP has recently released the world’s thinnest laptop – the Spectre 13.3” notebook, which cools its CPUs with what HP calls ‘hyperbaric cooling technology’.
This system features two ultra-thin fans, a heat-pipe, and a special copper radiator, according to AnandTech.com.
“The fans intake cool air from the outside and create significant air pressure inside the chassis to blow away hot air,” explains AnandTech. “The company does not disclose how loud such cooling system is, but implies that noise levels created by the Spectre should be comfortable.”
AnandTech adds that “the Spectre uses Intel’s Core i5/i7 microprocessor, a PCIe-based SSD, a full-size keyboard [and] an advanced audio system developed by Bang & Olufsen.”
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