Let’s take a closer look at the Spectre:
There are also a lot of ports available, including multiple USB 3.0 ports and HDMI.
Specs wise, there will be an Intel i5 and an i7 version, 128GB or 256GB SSD, and either 4GB or 6GB RAM, which gives you a lot of choices and options (just like that of a MacBook Air).
The battery is supposed to last for around 9 hours, and it also uses Intel’s Rapid Start Technology for quick boot-up.
The screen quality is amazing, and you can get fantastic viewing from all sorts of different angles – at one point I was almost standing behind the screen and I could still make out everything crystal clear.
I really liked my time with the Spectre, and it certainly is making me think hard about keeping my MacBook Air.
Price wise, it should start around the €1,200 mark and should be released in Europe in March.