HP Spectre x360 updated with design tweaks, bigger battery and Kaby Lake processors
Intel announced new 7th Gen Kaby Lake processor and now OEMs now upgrading their laptop line-ups before festive season starts. Dell already upgraded XPS13 with new CPUs and bigger battery life. Now, it is HP’s turn to refresh premium consumer’s offerings like Spectre x360.
The new Spectre x360 loses some weight and height as it opts for edge-to-edge display. HP says new x360 lasts up to 15 hours, an improvement of 25% over its predecessor. New quick charge tech helps to charge it faster, 0 to 100 in 90 minutes. One can customize specs with 7th Gen i5 or i7, up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1TB SSD. Display option remains at full-HD. No QHD offering here.
It will be available starting this month for $1,150 and up. The colour option is limited to silver only. We can hope it’s arrival soon in India as Diwali is coming short time.