At CES 2018, HP today announced the updated Spectre x360 15 Windows device with upgraded internals and slight changes to its exterior design. This year’s model has sharp corners and lines instead of rounded ones in the outgoing model. Internally, HP has upgraded the CPU to the latest 8th Intel processors and offering customers a choice of choosing between NVIDIA and AMD for GPU. If you go for AMD, you can get the newly announced Radeon RX Vega M plus 8th gen Intel Core i7 option and if you go for NVIDIA, you can get MX150 graphics.
Like last year’s model, this year model will also come with a 4K display offering 178-degree viewing angle. It will also come with two thunderbolt ports. HP is claiming that this laptop can offer up to 13.5 hours of battery life and can reach a 50 percent charge in just 30 minutes.
It is offered in Dark Ash Silver with Copper Luxe accents featuring sleek geared hinges for seamless transitions between various modes. Speakers now sit above the keyboard for an improved audio experience.
This new updated HP Spectre x360 15 will go on sale in March starting at $1370.