The upgraded much faster and longer lasting HP Spectre 13 and Spectre X360 has just been announced and its heading to retail stores come end October.
HP likes to call it the worlds thinnest touch laptop, but apart from just being slim, the second generation Spectre we hope has much more improvement than its predecessor. Short lasting hinges, low volume strength and constant screen freeze where common problems plaguing the earlier iterations. We hope HP would have learned from all those feedbacks and worked on the second generation avoiding the same issues, however seeing whats shown on its data sheet for the new Spectre 13 and X360, things should be better.
Latest version comes equipped with 4K display, 8th Generation Intel core i5 or i7 processor, built using CNC aluminum and carbon fiber with Corning Gorilla glass. 1TB of storage in a slim form factor, and memory up to 16 GB while promising long lasting battery power of 11.5 hours in a single charge.
Both models will be available in the US from end October with new colour added to the Silver and Ash, Ceramic White.