HP has announced the Spectre One – the company’s new desktop PC in the Windows 8 range.
At only 11.5 millimeters thick, the Spectre One doesn’t feature a touch screen, but it does come with a wireless touchpad.
The touchpad tracks Windows 8 multi-touch gestures and doesn’t require a dongle to pair with the PC.
The Spectre One also features a near-field communications (NFC) chip, allowing NFC-enabled devices to sync with the desktop.
The Spectre One is powered by Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs and carries a 1GB Nvidia graphics card.
HP will also be bundling Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements with the PC.