The current HP Spectre x360borrowed its x360 brand name from its previous fold-back hybrids but it has special added features, including interlocking hinges, 10 hours of battery life and an Intel Core i5 processor for snappier performance.
Released on October 12 in the United States, the device is currently deemed as one of the best laptops launched this year with its style and speed. With $1,050, users can avail of this 13-inch laptop which features reduced screen bezels. One of those bezels has a Windows Hello camera built in, so users can instantly log into Windows with their face. It also boasts of its two extra Bang & Olufsen speakers for full stereo experience.
HP Spectre x360 is a must-have for multitaskers, as it has solid state drives in 256GB, 512GB or 1TB capacity. Its chassis has all the ports necessary to transform into a desktop workstation. Compared with the last model, this device has 25 percent improvement when it comes to battery life. Its fast charge feature also allows its battery to recharge to 90 percent capacity in just 90 minutes.
Aside from the HP Spectre x360, the company is also set to launch the new HP Envy notebook. This device has a 13-inch dsplay and the option to upgrade to an edge-to-edge glass display, a full HD panel or a touchscreen QHD. While it also has a 13.3-inch design like Spectre x360, it does not have the ability to backflip into tablet mode.
Last year's Envy model only had over seven hours battery life. This time around, the HP Envy packs in four more hours of battery life which can reach up to 14 hours. Its other features include two USB 3.0 ports and one USB type-C port, Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor, up to 16GB of RAM, two bang & olufsen speakers, dual-band wireless Bluetooth and a glass touchpad and backlit keyboard with 1.3mm key travel.
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The HP Envy 13 laptop costs $849 and will go on sale October 26.
Meanwhile, the HP Envy All-in-One 27 features Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, optional discrete Nvidia GTX 950M graphics card with 2GB GDDR5, hybrid storage with up to 256GB SSD and 2TB HDD, four front-firing speakers and one USB type-C port, four USB 3.0 ports and HDMI. The device is set to go on sale this October starting at $1,300.