Electronics giant HP has launched its new and latest, HP Spectre x360 13 laptop at a starting price of Rs 99, 990. Already available at across 150 HP World Stores in 50+ cities, it is also available on HP’s online store, as well as e-commerce websites Amazon and Flipkart
Coming with a quad-core 10th Gen Intel Core processor with IrisPlus Graphics, HP promises the latest Spectre will provide 2 times the performance of the previous generation. Further it shall have standard intl WI-Fi and 4x4 Gigabit LTE concurrent networks, HP has said.
13-inches in size, the body is slated to have a 90-per cent screen-to-body ratio as well as ‘HP’s first’ 4K OLED display accompanying True Black HDR, according to a spec sheet released by the company.
Further, the body of the laptop shall have a USB-C port placed at an angled in the right corner and the power button on the left corner of the device. Talking about the powering of the device and thus obviously its battery life, it has been described to have a life of upto 22 hours on a full charge but with an HP Command Center, the company says users could be able to optimize its performance.
For security, HP has said that this laptop shall have a fingerprint scanner as well as a IR camera alongwith more privacy measures such as a physical on/off switch for the webcam, mic and a VPN and password manager available on trial for a month after activation.
The device shall come in colours Nightfall Black with Copper Luxe accents and Poseidon Blue with Pale Brass accents....