With a weight of 2.82 pound body and a 13.9 mm thin, this premium 2-in-1 laptop is HP’s thinnest product ever.
It has a 13.3-inch Full HD display, but thanks to the ultra-thin bezel, HP Specter’s x360 looks smaller than the others which has the same. Although it’s small, its keyboard is a standard size with backlight Chiclet and multi-touchpad.
The case is made of monolith aluminum with two gray ash shades while the bezel is gold-plated copper. With the price about $1900, Specter’s x360’s rival will be the Lenovo Yoga 910.
The HP laptop is thinner than the Lenovo Yoga 910 but is also equipped with the same configuration as the Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.
Despite its compact size, this model is equipped with four Bang & Olufsen speakers – two on the top and two on the bottom.
With a 360-degree fold, the machine offers four different user modes that are similar to Lenovo’s Yoga laptops. In tablet mode, users can login to the computer by using the Windows Hello feature, detecting faces by using infrared cameras.
The HP Hybrid laptop is equipped with both traditional USB port and USB Type C connectors. The battery lasts up to 13.4 hours and allows 50% charging with only 30 minutes of charging thanks to HP’s fast charging technology.