HP has officially announced the existence of a new version of company’s convertible notebook, dubbed the HP Spectre x360. The new version comes with a number of upgrades specs over the first model. It offers HP Spectre x360 laptop with Intel’s latest Core i5 and Core i7 processors. That’s mentioning a fast charge feature and more.
Keep in mind that HP is positioning the product with its most successful premium laptop PC and made it even better. As optimizing the PC for the latest 7th Generation Intel Core processors, the Spectre x360 can be reach 25 percent more hours of battery life with up to 15 hours. Thanks to the larger 57.8W battery. Also, the HP Fast Charge recharges the batteries to 90 percent capacity in just 90 minutes.
HP Spectre x360 second generation convertible comes with a near zero border display in a design that is 13 percent thinner and 11 percent lighter. It provides HP TrueVision FHD Webcam with 12 percent wider field of view. Thus, its FHD IR camera is support for Windows Hello Facial Log-In. The system sports a 13.3-inch diagonal FHD IPS display and up to 1TB PCIe SSD. The machine is also giving entertainment experience by four speakers, Bang & Olufsen technology plus HP Audio Boost, the two forward facing speakers in addition to two on the bottom.
The second generation of HP’s revolutionary x360 convertible now features a near zero border display in a design that is 13 percent thinner and 11 percent lighter.
HP Spectre x360 2nd-generation convertible laptop should be available October 12, 2016. Both HP.com and BesBuy.com are offering price at $1,049.99.
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