Since the MacBook Air 2016 release date remains uncertain, many speculations are rising. In line with that, indications regarding jobseekers opting for HP's Spectre 13 continue to surge and escalate.
Since the MacBook Air 2016 is not yet hitting the stalls this year, other tech giants are taking the time to overwhelm the market with their innovation products to assists career goers and jobseekers all across the world. A former report rendered by The Verge relayed, "HP has been trying to make a laptop that will catch everyone's attention. Now, HP thinks it's nailed it. Its newest laptop is called the Spectre 13 (or sometimes, simply, the HP Spectre), and at just 10.4mm thick, it's supposed to be the thinnest any major laptop manufacturer has ever made."
Indeed, the newest product offering of HP, which is the Spectre is anticipated to assist any workplace. Although the Spectre 13 is in many ways HP's attempt at a modern MacBook Air, there are no gimmicks such as no 4K display, no touch screen, no detachable or twisting body but purely a solid, stylish laptop, according to the same report.
More specs revealed that the Spectre 13 has a 13.3-inch, 1080p display, 8GB of RAM, along with a 256GB of storage in its base model. It also runs with either a Core i5 or a Core i7 processor. Given the innovative upgrades and its power core improved, it can be noted that the device cold probable fare well once it hits the stalls.
Meanwhile, a separate report from Jobs & Hire previously mentioned that the specs and unparalleled features of the MacBook Air 2016 can indeed assist any career growth and jobseekers on the field but since its release is still unknown, the mere idea of incorporating it in the workplace is placed on hold.
Even though the MacBook Air 2016 holds unparalleled features, its absence in the market is paving the way for HP's Spectre 13 to gain an upper hand.