HP announced the upgrade premium notebooks Spectre x360. Competitor MacBook on Windows 10 got top stuffing, capacious battery “frameless” display.
Display Spectre x360 has kept fastening on hinges, allowing you to rotate it 360 degrees. The frame around the display are thinner. The laptop itself has also become smaller by 2 mm, thickness of now is 13.8 mm, and weight decreased by 1.3 kg.
As they say in HP, the laptop runs 25% longer — up to 15 hours. For 90 minutes the battery charges to 90%. The Spectre x360 comes with Intel’s 7th generation Core i5 or Core i7 architecture (Kaby Lake), up to 16 GB of RAM and SSD storage maximum storage capacity 1 TB.
Among the ports there are a pair of USB Type-C/3 one Thunderbolt and USB 3.0. Provided infrared camera for identification function Windows Hello. HP will start selling the novelties on 30 October at a price of $1049.
Together with the Spectre x360, the company has updated the model of the Envy 13, which is now equipped with a Full HD display or Quad HD (the latter involves the installation of a touchscreen), Core i5/i7 processors, up to 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of memory. Its battery was 28% greater, provides up to 14 hours of battery life. The base model is $849.
In addition to laptops, HP introduced the candy bar Envy 27-inch IPS-screen Quad HD (later to be released 4K version), frame 9.5 mm top and side with Intel 7th generation graphics Nvidia GTX950M. The device will cost $1249.
Finally, the company has updated the look, the 27-inch 4K monitor Envy Display. The new model has IPS-matrix with 178-degree viewing angles and 99% coverage color space sRGB. On the body of the screen there are two HDMI, two Display Port and USB-C for connecting peripheral devices.
On sale Envy Display will be released in December at a price of $499.