The new HP Spectre x360 14 is the first in the Spectre family to have a 3:2 aspect ratio for more vertical viewing space.
The HP Spectre x360 14 launches this month starting at $1,199. You’ll be able to pick up the flexible laptop on HP’s website in Oct., and later at Best Buy in November.
Evo-certified flexible laptop
With a unique, large display and a striking design, the HP Spectre x360 14 could be the sleekest laptop of the year. Aside from that, it also boasts lots of useful productivity and security features. With that, we can assume that HP’s new flexible laptop is one of the best laptops of the year for staying productive from home.
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As reported by Endgadget, HP’s new Spectre x360 flexible laptop is Evo-certified. That means the laptop-tablet device is powered by 11th-gen Intel Core processors. It is fast enough to wake from sleep in less than a second.
Aside from that, the laptop also supports fast charging. It also a include WiFi 6 support feature and up to 17 hours of battery life.
HP Spectre x360 14 specs and features
The new HP flexible laptop strives to give users the best of both worlds, strikingly designed laptops, and productivity-wise. This new laptop is the first Spectre x360 with a 3:2 aspect ratio for more vertical viewing space.
Aside from being the first laptop to have that aspect ratio, the Spectre x360 14 is also the first in the series to feature an “all-in-one keyboard.” According to HP, it includes power, a new camera shutter, an HP Command Center, and a mute mic button. Not to mention that it also has a great fingerprint reader.
The sleek laptop features AI Noise Removal, which allows it to automatically mute unwanted background sounds when you’re on an important video call.
There’s also a dedicated camera shutter button, making it easy to cover up the HP True Vision 720p HD IR camera when you don’t need it.
These features are what we really need right now since almost all of us are working home-based.
In addition to the Spectre x360 14, the Spectre x360 13, the ENVY x360 13, and the ENVY 13 have also gotten the Evo treatment. The renewed laptops are now powered by 11th-gen Intel Core processors.
The device has gone through the same certification as the Spectre x360 14. HP is also adding a 5G-capable Spectre x360 13 to the series for those who want a laptop with cellular connectivity.
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