HP today announces the new convertible Spectre x360 13, which according to the manufacturer redefines the boundaries for users thanks to a high quality design, high performance and wide mobility, which makes it useful for various customer groups.
The Spectre x360 offers a 13% reduction in size compared to last year’s model, with a 90% screen-to-body ratio from any angle and a chassis that weighs only 1.27 kilograms. A version with a 400 nit display is also available, the first screen with a 13-inch 4K OLED diagonal with True Black HDR and 100,000: 1 contrast, which guarantees perfect blacks, an anti-glare display and even outdoor viewing.
The laptop obviously also offers twice the performance of the previous generation thanks to the tenth-generation quad-core Intel Core processor with Iris Plus GPU, while for the battery up to 22 hours of battery life is guaranteed, just enough to accompany users during all week.
The HP Command Center system can optimize system performance and package management, but it also improves speed and latency with HP’s new booster. Users will also be able to choose from several predefined settings for accurate color display during various uses.
The HP Spectre x360 13 will be available from October to 1299 Euros. Nightfall Black version with 16 GB of RAM, 4K OLED display and 1 TB SSD with 32 GB Optane will arrive in November at 1899 Euros, while the Natural Silver model with 8 GB of RAM, FHD display, 512 GB SSD + 32 GB Optane can be purchased at 1499 EUR.