HP just lifted the veil off its newest premium-class Spectre line of convertible laptops. The new Spectre x360 13 and Spectre x360 15 features the Intel 8th Gen Core processors, optional gigabit LTE connectivity and up to 22.5 hours of battery for the smaller model.
As the name implies, the screen on the Spectre x360 can go 360-degrees, turning the laptop into a tablet in one swing. New features common to both models includes new chamfered design for easier opening with one hand, an angled USB Type-C for better cable management during charging, and a kill-switch for the webcam when privacy matters.
Available with up to six-core 8th Gen Intel Core processors, the new 2018 Spectre x360 series sounds like quite a performer. The Specter x360 15 model even comes with an option for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q for better graphics performance and rendering in a slim form factor.
HP has also fitted the Spectre x360 13-inch with a battery that apparently able to last up to 22.5 hours. Given its display size and hardware, the battery life on the Spectre x360 15-inch model is understandably lower but still quite impressive though since it can last up to 17.5 hours on a single charge.
To be available starting from November onwards, the HP Spectre x360 13 has a starting price of USD1,149.99 (~RM4,787) and the Spectre x360 15 can be obtained from USD1,389.99 (~RM5,787) onwards. We’ll keep you updated once we hear more from HP regarding their availability in Malaysia.