HP has redesigned its Spectre x360 and unveiled a new 15.6-inch edition with a spec bump. To recall, the HP Spectre x360 laptop is one of the thinnest and lightest ultrabook available in the market. But the latest 15.6-inch variants comes with a bigger brilliant 4K display and extra room for power and performance.
The new model has a thickness of 17.89mm and weighs 4.4 pound which is roughly 0.4 pounds more than its predecessor. The extra weights make additional space for 23% more battery and Nvidia GeForce 940MX GPU. It comes with a brilliant 4K display with nearly bezel-less design and packs in 282 pixels per square inch.
In terms of connectivity, the latest variant houses two USB Type-C ports with one of them backed by Thunderbolt 3 level performance. It also features an HDMI port and an infrared camera enabling Windows Hello which let users unlock the device just by looking at it.
Talking about other significant aspects of the device, HP has also included a wide glass-covered trackpad, backlit keyboard, Bang & Olufsen speakers, an all-aluminum chassis. It has a battery life of 12 hours and 45 minutes on a single charge and the company also claims that it can be charged 50% in just 30 minutes.
Similar to its predecessor, this one also ships with low-voltage Intel Core i7 processor clocked at 2.7GHz and 256GB of Solid State Drive. But unlike its predecessor, it comes with 16GB of RAM instead of 8GB. The all new HP Spectre 15.6-inch model will ship in February starting at $1,279.