In October, HP revealed its 2nd gen Spectre x360 convertible laptop packed with the latest Intel 8th gen CPUs, extended battery life, and an optional privacy screen option. You can already order the computer in the US.
If you want a premium laptop, but you can’t afford the Surface series, you should definitely consider HP’s device.
The 2nd gen Spectre x360 convertible laptop’s design and display
The 2nd gen Spectre x360 convertible laptop’s design includes angular lines, and it is manufactured using CNC machined aluminum body. It comes in Natural Silver and Dark Ash Silver with Copper accents, the same options that were available for the previous generation of laptops.
It also comes with reduced bezels around its display, and you can choose a 4K touchscreen display that comes protected by Corning Gorilla Glass NBT for a fantastic viewing experience.
2nd gen Spectre x360 convertible laptop’s specs & features
The laptop comes with the 8th gen Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs, a Full HD display and 16.5 hours of battery life with HP claiming that this device provides the most extended battery life in a quad-core convertible laptop.
You can choose the memory up to 16GB LPDDR3 and 1TB PCIe SSD for storage. The laptop also supports Windows Ink for natural writing and drawing experiences. The updated HP Pen is tilt-sensitive, and you can recharge it via the USB-C port. HP says that 15 seconds of charging provides up to 198 minutes of life.
The 2nd gen Spectre x360 convertible laptop comes with both an HP Wide Vision FHD IR camera for Windows Hello authentication and a fingerprint reader for enhanced security.
The HP Spectre x 360 with the 8th Gen Quad-Core Intel Core i7-8550U, 512 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD, 16GB RAM, 13.3-inches 4K IPS micro-edge WELD-backlit touchscreen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass is priced at $1549, and it also comes with a free sleeve and active pen as well.
Check out all the available options for HP’s device and order your favorite from HP Store.
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