At their special event today HP announced a new detachable convertible PC, 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.
The laptop will be available in Cognac Brown & Bordeaux Burgundy to give it a premium look. Featuring 18 hours of battery life, the laptop has a 13.3 inch screen, an HD, 1 watt HD or 4K display, Intel’s new low-power fanless Amber Lake-Y processor, two USB-C and one Thunderbolt port, 3.5 mm headphone jack and front-facing Bang and Olufsen speakers.
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.
The HP Spectre Folio is available for pre-order today and ships at the end of October. The Core i5 model starts at $1300 and the Core i7 model with LTE at $1500.
See HP’s sizzle reel for the device below:
See the device at HP’s webstore here.