HP launched a dual reward consumer laptops — HP Spectre 13 and HP Spectre x360 13 — and highlighted a few pattern tweaks that aim to extend a lead in a PC market.
Since a separate with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP has doubled down on pattern and a reward marketplace to turn a No. 1 PC builder again. With a Spectre duo, HP is environment itself adult for a holiday selling season.
HP calls a second-generation Spectre 13 a thinnest hold laptop and combined an integrated remoteness shade for a Spectre x360 13.
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Among a pivotal points:
- Both laptops have a 8th era Intel Core processor.
- The HP Spectre 13 is built from CNC aluminum and CO fiber and comes in ceramic white with dim bullion accents or dim charcoal china with copper accents.
- Up to 4K high fortitude displays.
- Up to 1TB PCIe SSD and memory adult to 16GB.
- And adult to 11.5 hours of battery life.
- The HP Spectre x360 has a battery life adult to 16.5 hours and comes in healthy china or dim charcoal china with copper accents.
- Up to a same resolution, storage and memory options as a HP Spectre 13.
- A Windows Ink Certified pen.
- And an integrated remoteness screen.
According to HP, a Spectre 13 will be accessible Oct. 29, starting during $1,299.99, and a Spectre x360 will run we $1,149.99.