HP updates its specter convertible x360 with 22.5 hours on battery

HP is upgrading its popular Specter x360 convertible laptops today. Both the 13-inch and the 15-inch version are getting a new “gem-cut” design with a more angular appearance.

Specter x360 13-inch has a four-core CPU and 22.5 hours of autonomy

Along with its new design, it also includes an angled USB-C port on the edge of the Specter x360 to improve cable management. Unsurprisingly, HP includes the latest eighth-generation Intel quad-core processors in the 13-inch Specter x360, and six-core options for the larger 15-inch model.

The great promise of the new 13-inch ‘x360’ is the “longest battery life in the world in a quad-core convertible” That’s a claim, and HP promises a battery life of up to 22.5 hours on this model. This is something that you will have to check completely, but even if half of that is achieved, the battery life will be one of your strongest points.

Inside we find up to 16 GB of RAM, up to 512 GB of SSD storage (NVMe M.2), and even optional LTE support with the Intel eSIM design.

The 13-inch and 15-inch models will be available in November

HP Spectre

For the 13-inch model we can choose between an FHD panel or a 4K screen, although if we choose the latter, the battery life will be shorter.

The 15-inch model is really designed for photographers, developers, illustrators and others who need better CPU and GPU performance. HP has changed AMD’s Vega M graphics to those of Nvidia. We can choose between the latest Intel quad-core processors with a Nvidia GeForce MX 150, or the eighth-generation Intel processors with a GTX 1050Ti (Max Q). Within the 15-inch model, there is also up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of SSD storage.

Both the HP Specter x360 of 13 and the 15-inch will be available in November. The 13-inch model will start at $ 1,149, and the 15-inch version will cost $ 1,389. Both devices will be available at HP online stores or at Best Buy stores in the United States.

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