The HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 was one of the best reviewed Windows 10 notebooks released in 2016. Now the company is revamping the 15.6-inch version of the convertible notebook with a bunch of improvements, including a 4K display and longer battery life.
The new version has a display resolution of 3840 x 2160 while also increasing its battery life from around 8 hours to over 12 hours. It also has an Intel 7th Generation Core i7-7500U processor inside, along with 16GB of RAM and a either a 256GB or 512GB SSD drive. It has a quite a few ports for people who want a lot of options, including HDMI, and one each for Thunderbolt 3, USB-C and normal USB, plus a microSD card reader. However, the new version is a big on the heavy side at 4.4 pounds, so if you want something a bit lighter you might want to go elsewhere.
If you want to buy the new HP Spectre x360 right now, Best Buy is currently selling it for the price of $1,499 in its 512GB storage version. However, there’s no word on exactly when it will start shipping. HP will begin selling the notebook on its own store site in late February for the starting price of $1,280.