If you liked HP’s Spectre x360 convertible laptop last year, the company has made some neat revamps to its latest model. Offering a sizeable screen and solid performance—the new model is thin, has a large display and is flexible, thanks to its 360-degree hinge you could fold it into a traditional laptop, a-frame, or tablet.
The new Spectre x360 comes with a 15.6-inch screen and a 4K display, as well as support for N-Trig pens, that can be used as a Surface Pen if you’d like. Available in colours as ash silver and copper, the Spectre also comes in the form of a Thunderbolt 3 port that supports data transfer, power delivery, and DisplayPort 1.2.
The new model also offers two new front-facing, Bang & Olufsen-tweaked speakers. In addition, the battery life is still estimated at a healthy 12 hours and 45 minutes. And if that’s not all, HP also gets a discrete GPU (Nvidia GeForce 940MX), just perfect for all you discerning HP fans!
With a notebook as elite as x360, HP claims that this is the best business convertible for all top-notch business professionals.