This week at the world’s biggest tech show in Las Vegas, HP introduced its new Spectre x360 15, a 2-in-1 tablet/laptop consisting of a more sharper body than its predecessor empowered with aggressive hardware and specs with the intent to give Apple’s MacBook Pro a run for its money. Intel’s latest 8th-gen Core CPU teamed up with AMD’s Radeon RX Vega M graphics to deliver the higher-paced gaming ability of the new laptop.
HP decided to implement a full-sized number pad on the Spectre x360 15’s keyboard complemented by a fingerprint scanner which can be found on the right side of the laptop. 2017’s model features the same 15.6-inch 4K monitor as this year’s model, so there hasn’t been any breakthrough in that area. It is reported that the laptop has the ability to reach 50% battery charge within half an hour while it is shut down, and can live on 13.5 hours of battery life.
If you’re looking to get the Spectre x360 15 tailor-made to your choice, you can pick up to two Thunderbolt ports and also have the option to splash the laptop in a black and silver, or black and copper finish. HP is targeting those who are looking to get their hands on a Windows powerhouse, and it’ll come at a cost of $1,370 once it rolls out to stores near you on March 18th.
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Via: | Engadget |