HP’s newest laptop, the Spectre 13.3, isn’t like anything else in the company’s lineup. In contrast to the company’s candy-colored Chromebooks and plain silver notebooks, the Spectre was inspired by jewelry and women’s purses. In fact, HP chose to unveil it not at CES or any other tech show but at a luxury conference in Versailles. And, at 10.4mm thin, the Spectre is about as thick as a AAA battery, making it not just the skinniest PC in HP’s portfolio but the slimmest notebook on the entire market. Think of it as HP’s answer to Apple’s 12-inch MacBook, except with a bigger screen, extra horsepower and a little more bling.