The world is becoming increasingly mobile, as such, manufacturers are doing everything they can to fit as much as possible in the most noninvasive manner. When it comes to laptops, it’s become the norm for users to have to sacrifice performance for portability and vice versa. That is, until the HP Spectre x360 came along.
Understanding the latest trends in what people want in a laptop, the HP Spectre x360 13 is probably the first laptop to combine both performance and portability with premium craftsmanship and strengthened security in one sleek design. Setting a new standard for what it means to be premium, the laptop, which is 13% smaller than its already small predecessor, is the world’s smallest convertible with a whopping 90% screen to body ratio, giving it a jaw dropping borderless look and feel.
Weighing in at a mere 1.27 kg, the laptop miraculously houses double the performance of the previous generation whilst maintaining its famed 22-hour battery life, which happens to be the world’s longest in a quad-core 13-inch convertible. That double dose of performance is courtesy of the quad-core 10th gen Intel core processor with Iris Plus Graphics. Add to that system optimization with HP Command Center, which prioritises tasks and apps to optimise performance.
Performance and portability are great, but security is as always, of paramount importance and the HP Spectre x360 comes prepped and ready with built in security measures that go the extra mile in keeping users’ privacy secure. For starters, there’s an HP Webcam Kill Switch that turns the webcam on or off when not in use. That’s right, no more covering your webcam with a sticker.
Add to these features such as an LED mute mic key, an IR camera, and an in-built fingerprint reader as well as great software add ons which helps manage your passwords and you’ll be hard pressed to find another laptop like the HP Spectre x360.