The annual CES exhibition is an ideal opportunity for laptop manufacturers to present the most current offers. HP is a regular guest of this exhibition, and this time in Las Vegas, she brought an updated HP Specter x360 15 laptop.
HP was not too tired at its design – the manufacturer went along the line of least resistance and just adjusted it to the latest market requirements. The main change is the use of four eighth-generation Intel processors. The basic configuration was Intel Core i7-8550U (14 nm), 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB SSD. Users can also choose one of two video card Radeon RX Vega M or NVIDIA GeForce MX150 (the predecessor was NVIDIA GeForce 940MX).
In addition, the HP Specter x360 15 offers an IPS display with a diagonal of 15.6 inches and a resolution of 4K (3840 × 2160 pixels, 282 ppi), which also supports the stylus. In addition to this, the user can rotate it and work on the device in different modes: laptop, tablet, tent and presentation. There is also a fingerprint scanner. The built-in battery should provide up to 13.5 hours of operation. According to the manufacturer, charging from 0% to 50%, takes only half an hour, although the device must be turned off.
The HP Specter x360 15 also offers the following connectors: 2x Thunderbolt or USB-C, HDMI, full-sized USB and audio jack, and an SD card slot. A separate port is used to charge the battery. The laptop runs under the operating system Windows 10. Its price will start from 1399.99 dollars.