HP has announced it is accepting pre-orders for the upgraded ultra-thin Spectre x360 laptop, which can run up to 15 hours offline and to charge to 90% within 90 minutes. The device is available for pre-order in Russia at a price of 119 990 rubles.
HP tried to make the device as compact as possible, while maintaining computing power and long battery life. And it seems that she coped with the task.
Premium convertible notebook second generation has increased by 25% battery life, which now reaches 15 hours. It is built on the processors Intel Core i5 or i7 of the seventh generation and is equipped with a 13.3-inch IPS-display with Full HD resolution. The laptop has PCIe SSDS up to 1TB, web camera HP Truevision FHD with increased viewing angle and camera FHD IR support Windows Hello, with face recognition to logon.
HP Spectre x360 has got two USB ports-C. 3, single port USB 3.0 Type A, two front and two lower dynamics, calibrated by the experts Bang & Olufsen.
The laptop is in the color “real silver” accents on the loop due to polishing. It is 2 mm thinner than its predecessor (13.8 mm) and has a total weight of 1.29 kg vs 1.45 kg from the previous model. And bundled with the device offers a battery 57.8 W with HP Fast Charge, ensure its charging to 90% within 90 minutes.
HP Spectre x360 basic set available for pre-order for 119 990 rubles. Novelty sales will begin in November of this year. For comparison, the MacBook can be configured with Intel Core m3 and flash storage 256 GB worth 106 990 rubles.