Expanding its flagship consumer notebook line-up, HP inc., today introduced the Next-Generation Spectre x360 laptop in India.
The one with Core i7 processor is available for Rs 1,57,290 while the other with Core i5 processor is available at Rs 1,15,290. The Spectre X360 will be available across retail outlets and HP India online store.
“The newest Spectre laptops further demonstrate our endeavour to find exciting ways to drive momentum in the premium PC market,” Vickram Bedi, Senior Director-Personal Systems, HP Inc. India, said in a statement.
Weighing 1.26 kgs, the new HP Spectre x360 is one of the thinnest convertible notebooks exist on this earth. The machine comes in an aluminum body in dark ash silver colour with copper accents. There are micro-edge bezels with Corning Gorilla Glass and it has 13.3-inch diagonal display in Full-HD resolution.
The device features the 8th-gen Intel Quad Core Processor with memory up to 16 GB LPDDR3. Other features on the device include a fingerprint reader, HP “Sure View” integrated privacy screen feature to eliminate visual hacking and HP “Wide Vision FHD Infrared” (IR) camera to login with facial recognition.
Other specs include HP Spectre x360 featuring either an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor (8th-generation in both cases), Windows 10 Pro (64-bit), either 360GB or 512GB of SSD storage depending on the variant you buy, either 8GB or 16GB of DDR3 RAM, a 13.3-inch full-HD screen, and graphics are handled by Intel UHD graphics 620. You’ll also get Bang and Olufsen tuned audio through a quad speaker system.
The HP Spectre x360 will compete with the recently launched Lenovo Yoga 920 and Dell XPS 13, both of which are powered by 8th-generation Intel Core processors, and offer a premium Windows computing experience. But the Spectre x360 is a bit more expensive.