HP has officially introduced the new HP Spectre x360, the second generation x360 convertible that features a near zero border display and design that is 13 percent thinner and 11 percent lighter and is capable of delivering powerful performance. The battery life is also improved by 25 percent which will give you up to 15 hours of battery life, this is thanks to the optimisation HP has done to the laptop and fitting a larger 57.8W battery.
The new hinge design is 13.8mm thin, making it 2mm thinner than the previous generation and its lighter, coming in at 1.295kg compared to 1.45kg. The PC now features 4 speakers to deliver a crisper audio and thanks to tuning done by Bang & Olufsen plus HP Audio Boost the speakers provide superb overall sound.
The Spectre x360 is designed for Windows Ink, which provides a precise pen experience that was curated by the artist community. In addition to that, on the outside, you will find two USB-Type C ports with Thunderbolt 3 support and a USB-Type A 3.0 port. The display is a 13.3-inch diagonal FHD IPS panel that has good viewing angles and the Natural Sliver colour with polished accents on the hinges creates a sleek profile.
On the internals we see a new dual-fan design that optimizes thermals, 7th Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, options with up to 256GB SSD, HP TrueVision FHD Webcam with 12% wider field of view, FHD IR camera that supports Windows Hello Facial Login and HP Fast Charge giving you 90 percent of battery life in just 90 minutes of charge
The HP Spectre x360 is currently available at all HP authorised outlets and will retail from RM5,299. For more information on this or other HP products, visit their official site here.