HP showed up at the MWC event on Monday with a new 2-in-1 convertible laptop/tablet hybrid device, the Spectre x360. Its gorgeous premium body is made of polished aluminium and it also sports metal on its sides. The laptop can be easily switched between tablet and PC mode while still maintaining its slim profile – thanks to its special gear hinged design which also allows up to 360-degree rotation, making it easy to use at any position.
The HP Spectre x360 comes in three different configurations with different price which users can select depending on heaviness of their pocket; the 13-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) touchscreen with Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB RAM and 128SSD storage version is priced at $899.99 USD (#180,000 NGN); the 13-inch full-HD touchscreen display with Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM and 256 SSD version is priced at $1,149.99 USD (#230,000 NGN), while the 13-inch Quad-HD (2560×1440 pixels) touchscreen with Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD version costs $1399.99 USD (#280,000 NGN).
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It is pre-loaded with four different modes, Work mode, Tent mode, Stand mode, and Tablet mode. These allow users to easily switch the notebook profile base on their current environment or the activity they are likely to involve in, such as Work mode for office, Stand mode for entertainment e.t.c.
The Spectre x360 display is enhanced with HP Panel Self Refresh (PSR) technology that keeps image on the screen alive when part of the PC is shutdown, not in use, or when in standby mode, thereby reducing power consumption. Connectivity options provided are Wifi 802.11 a/b/n/ac, Bluetooth, HDMI port, 3x USB 3.0 ports, MiniDisplay Port, and SD card slot.
Battery onboard can last up to 12.5 hours in normal use, the company said. The Spectre x360 can be purchased on HP online store.