HP’s Specter line is its flagship notebook series, featuring its most advanced designs and the latest hardware specifications. The redesigned Specter x360 2-in-1 is no exception. The standout feature is a new 14-inch screen, with a resolution of 3000 × 2000. This 3: 2 aspect ratio is reminiscent of other high-end laptops, like Microsoft’s Surface series, and an OLED upgrade. will be available.
Like its competitors, HP is updating its entire lineup with 11th Gen Intel Core processors and accompanying Xe integrated graphics, and the x360 can accommodate up to a Core i7. A Thunderbolt 4 port on the corner cutout is an interesting choice, perhaps made with an ingrained use in mind. In his press release, HP has highlighted “in-bag detection,” which turns off the computer when placed in a bag to prevent overheating and unnecessary battery drain.
HP says the 14-inch Specter x360 will last a maximum of 17 hours on a charge. It will start at $ 1,200 when it releases later this month, and it hits Best Buy shelves in November.
Along with the 14-inch Specter x360, the current 13-inch model and the Envy 13 and Envy x360 13 (out of the tongue!) Are also getting an upgrade to 11th gen Core processors. A 13-inch 5G version of the x360 will arrive early next year.