Recently, HP released a number of new notebook products, equipped with Intel’s new 11th generation Core processor, including a Spectre x360 14 convertible, which is equipped with a 3K screen and Thunderbolt 4 interface, and the pre-sale price is as high as $1,199. However, the sale information has not yet been announced.
From the information currently learned, this HP Spectre x360 uses a 2-in-1 transformative design, equipped with a 14-inch screen, and an OLED version is optional. The screen ratio is changed from the traditional 16:9 to 3:2 ratio, the screen resolution is 3000×2000, the picture is clearer and the display area is larger.
There are also new changes in the design of the Spectre x360 body. The all-metal body is equipped with a full screen with a super high screen-to-body ratio. The side corners of the body have a beveled design and a Thunderbolt 4 interface is placed at this position. The fuselage is equipped with 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports, 1 USB-A, 3.5mm headphone jack and card reader card slot.
In terms of performance, it is equipped with Intel's 11th-generation Core, which integrates Iris torch core graphics, and its performance is 34% higher than the previous generation. At the same time, the HP Spectre x360 has also passed the Intel EVO platform certification, supports fast wake-up, fast charging and other features, with a battery life of up to 17 hours, and the OLED screen version has a battery life of 11.5 hours.