The most interesting mainstream laptop of the last 12 months is still the HP Spectre Folio.
Dressed in leather, the high-end laptop can be a tablet, laptop or turn into a presentation tent mode, held in place by an array of magnets.
Normally around $1399.99, the laptop is available in Cognac Brown & Bordeaux Burgundy and features 18 hours of battery life, has a 13.3-inch screen, with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, two USB-C and one Thunderbolt port, 3.5 mm headphone jack and front-facing Bang and Olufsen speakers.
Powering the device is an 8th-generation Intel Core i7-8500y processor. With UHD Graphics 615, you won’t get exceptional gaming performance. Otherwise, you’re getting 256GB Solid State Drive storage capacity coupled with 8GB RAM, support for Windows Hello, but unfortunately, there is no biometric fingerprint reader.
It also comes with a clicky keyboard that is backlit, and a front-facing Windows Hello camera. It supports the same stylus as the Spectre x360 with 4096 pressure levels and tilt support.
The device features a nano-SIM slot and built-in digital SIM, making it an Always Connected PC, but without the ARM baggage. The laptop clocks in at 3.2 pounds of weight.
Amazon is now offering the convertible PC for sale for only $899, without any need for discount codes or student programs. Grab the device from Amazon here.