A couple of years ago, HP announced a $100 million partnership with Rackspace to bring the desktop printer experience to a laptop.
In that agreement, HP promised that a laptop with the same specs would cost $1,000 less than a similar one.
With the help of the HP Design Center, Rackspace is working on making this a reality.
Today, the company revealed its first laptop with a high-end, high-resolution design that is almost exactly what we’ve been waiting for.
The new HP 13-inch MacBook Pro is called the HP 17.3″ and will be available in October, with a price of $1 (€1,500) and a release date of October 10.
The laptop comes in two configurations: one with a Core i7-6800U processor and the other with a quad-core Intel Core i5-6600U chip.
The base configuration comes with a 4GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, a fingerprint reader, and a headphone jack.
If you’re looking for a laptop that will last longer, the 17.1″ model will be able to run the latest OSes.
The notebook features a 13.3-inch widescreen display, a 1366×768 resolution, and supports Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, HDMI, and Bluetooth 4.1.
It will also come with a 15.6″ screen, which is 1080p.
The HP 17 is also the first notebook to include a keyboard dock, with an optional trackpad.
We’ll be using the Dell Venue 10 Pro, but the HPs are available in several different configurations.
The 13″ MacBook Pro comes with the Dell Inspiron 15 7000, which has a quad core Intel Core M3 CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and up to 1TB of storage.
The 16GB model will run Windows 10 Pro.
The 15″ MacBook will be compatible with Windows 10 Home and includes a 1TB hard drive, HDMI out, and an optional keyboard dock.
The Dell Venus 10 Pro comes in the Dell XPS 13 13, Dell X1 15, and Dell X2 15.
The 14″ MacBook comes with Intel Core m3, Intel Core I7, 16 GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.
The Core i3 model will have the same RAM as the 13″ model, but it will come with more RAM.
The Venus models will have up to 512GB of SSD storage, and the Venus 15 has up to 256GB.
The XPS and X1 models are available with either a Intel Core 2 Duo or Core i2 CPU, but all have 8GB of memory.