- The new HP Spectre x360 laptop comes in Core i5 and i7 processor options
- It weighs 1.26kgs, and has a CNC machined aluminium body
- The laptop also has a fingerprint reader and supports styluses
The HP Spectre laptop series in India got a refresh on Tuesday as the company announced the launch of the next-generation Spectre x360 model. The price of the new HP Spectre x360 starts at Rs. 1,15,290 for the variant with Core i5 processor and goes up to Rs. 1,57,290 for the Core i7 option. The new laptop will be available via the HP India online store as well as offline retail outlets.
HP says the new Spectre x360 laptop is one of the thinnest convertible notebooks in the market and weighs 1.26kgs. The company claims the design is more angular with the new model, which has a CNC machined aluminium body and comes in Dark Ash Silver colour with Copper accents.
The 13.3-inch display has full-HD (1980×1020 pixels) resolution and Gorilla Glass protection, as well as micro-edge bezels on the sides. Keeping everything running is the 8th generation Intel Core processors (i5 or i7 options), with up to 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM. For storage, buyers can opt for up to 512GB PCIe SSD. Battery life of the new HP Spectre x360 laptop is touted to be 16.5 hours.
For security, HP has included a fingerprint reader on the side, Sure View integrated privacy screen option and Wide Vision infrared camera for login and face recognition. The new Spectre models also come bundled with a Windows Ink Certified pen for a natural drawing and writing experience on the screen; with 15 seconds of charging, the pen can deliver up to 198 minutes of usage.
Vickram Bedi, Senior Director – Personal Systems, HP India, said, “Our Spectre portfolio is redefining the premium PC segment, providing unique user experiences that inspire creativity and unlock limitless opportunities to bring incredible ideas to life. The newest Spectre laptops further demonstrate our endeavour to find new and exciting ways to drive momentum in the premium PC market.”What do you think about this, tell us in the comment section below? Also, check out our Instagram page for awesome tech stuff.