HP will launch an upgraded and new model of its Spectre which is called “Revolutionary Power, Extraordinarily Thin.”
The new HP Spectre x360 has 13.3 inch and 15 inch 4K Micro-edge screen display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 and 8.2 million pixels. The screen also includes Corning Gorilla Glass NBT. The x360 has 8th Generation Intel i5 or i7 quad-core U-series CPU and 16GB RAM and up to 512 SSD storage with PCle-based flash storage that has 17 times faster than the previous 5400-RPM laptop hard drive. The battery life lasts up to 22.5 hours which was hailed by the company to be “The world’s longest battery life in a quad-core convertible.” The features are Privacy mode, fingerprint reader, Windows Hello and video chat with an 88-degree wide-angle field of view, advance thermals, backlit keyboard, HP sleep and charge, and HP fast charge.
The HP Spectre x360 will launch next month. The price for the 13.3 inch model starts with $1,149 and for the 15 inch model starts with $1,389. The available colors are Natural Silver and Dark Ash Silver with Copper Luxe. The devices will exclusively available in the US specifically in HP online or Best Buy stores. The company has not yet confirmed the released date for other countries.