HP have launched, what their research shows to be, the world’s thinnest and lightest convertible PC. The award-winning HP Spectre x360 aims to help customers have more fun and get more done.
The new PC, showcased at this weeks CES 2016 tradeshow, offers a wide range of functions and several different options to allow customers to get exactly what they need.
Mike Nash, VP Customer Experience and Portfolio Strategy, Personal Systems, HP Inc. said, “screen quality, including resolution, brightness and contrast are increasingly important to customers creating and viewing rich media content on their personal systems and PCs are no exception. To deliver experiences that amaze, HP is bringing OLED and 4K displays as an option on the new HP Spectre x360 13.3” and the 15.6” convertible PCs, respectively.”
The 15.6” diagonal version offers customers better experiences when creating and consuming high-resolution content with its 4K Ultra HD touchscreen combined with Intel Iris graphics 3 and 16GB memory. It uses 6th generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors to deliver power, relying on up to 13 hours’ battery life on the full HD version.
The device has speakers custom tuned by Bang & Olufsen and as well as being used in stand or tent mode, it can charge your phone without an adapter. HP are offering customers options such as Quad HD OLED display solution on the 13.3” for watching movies or editing photos, and their HP Pavilion x2 12.1” diagonal version turns the device into a tablet.
The 15.6” diagonal HP Spectre x360 is available from 14 February, the 13.3” version is available in the spring, and the 12.1” diagonal Pavilion x2 is available from 7th February at the lowest price of the three.