HP Spectre x360: One The Smallest Convertible Laptops Yet


In September 2019, Hewlett Packard introduced the world’s smallest convertible laptop with the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1. It has a 90% screen-to-body ratio with uncompromising power in a small and sleek package. Weighing in at only 2.8lbs, the HP Spectre x360 has a CNC precisely chiseled gem-cut design in addition to an all-aluminum body stunning from every angle. 

It has a 13-inch OLED anti-reflective display with True Black HDR. Diving you into the rich contrast and enhanced depth of the 4K display. The reduced reflections will let you view your screen clearly and comfortably in any setting.

Tech Specs

The HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 comes with a 1.3 to 3.9 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor with low power consumption. Also, it has an Iris Plus Graphics Integrated GPU from Intel.

Its memory size starts at 8GB up to 16GB, with 3733 MHz LPDDR4X memory. This makes the Spectre x360 2-in-1 a powerful tool that keeps up with your hustle. In the same way, it has a PCIe SSD storage up to 2TB.

Aside from that, the company has developed the world’s longest battery life on a Quad-core 13-inch convertible laptop. With up to 22-hours of battery life, the Spectre x360 will stay up with you through your day.


Smart and Secure

Six out of 10 consumers are concerned that their privacy will be compromised on a laptop. This is where the HP Webcam Kill Switch helps as it keeps users away from webcam hacking. The physical on/off switch turns off the webcam when not in use.

This laptop also has a dedicated key for switching the microphone on and off, keeping your conversations private. Additionally, the HP Sure View Privacy screen will protect your confidential data from nearby prying eyes.

With the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1, the company has set new standards for premium laptops for sure. The laptop starts at $1119.99 and comes in three premium colors: Natural Silver, Nightfall Black, and Poseidon Blue.

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