HP’s Specter line is the flagship laptop, showcasing the latest designs and hardware specifications. The redesigned Specter x360 2-in-1
Like its competitors, HP is updating its entire lineup with 11th generation Intel Core processors and accompanying integrated Xe graphics. The x360 offers space for up to one Core i7. A Thunderbolt 4 port on the corner is an interesting choice, possibly in terms of docked use. In its press release, HP highlighted the “in-bag detection”, which allows the computer to shut down when it is placed in a bag to prevent overheating and unnecessary battery drain.
According to HP, the 14-inch Specter x360 lasts a maximum of 17 hours on one charge. It will start at $ 1200 when it releases later this month, and it will hit Best Buy shelves in November.
In addition to the 14-inch Specter x360, the current 13-inch model as well as the Envy 13 and Envy x360 13 (just put your tongue down!) Are upgraded to 11th generation core processors. There will be a 13-inch version of the x360 equipped with 5G at the beginning of next year.