HP has released a line of Spectre x360 models of laptops which have been refreshed with the newest Intel 11th-generation Tiger Lake processors. According to the American multinational information tech company, this new range of laptops is now delivered with way better performance and enhanced battery life for the users.
The HP Spectre x360 of model no. 14 has a design of a gem-cut with a dual chamfer structure. The model is offered in multiple variants and manifold of various color options.
Whereas the HP ENVY x360 model no. 13 and the HP ENVY model no. 13 has a long battery life, a display setup of 4K UHD, and support of Thunderbolt 4.
As per pricing, the HP Spectre x360 model no. 14 is priced at 1,199.99 dollars. It features a 14-inch display with a screen to body ratio of 3:2 and 90.33%. it has a color calibration of 100%. The laptop is powered by 11th-Generation Intel Core processors and it too arrives with Intel Iris Xe graphics. It has a superb battery life of up to 17 hours with Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.0 support. The buyers will also get support from Thunderbolt 4 and verification of the Intel Evo platform.
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The HP Spectre x360 model no. 13 is priced at the same price as of model no. 14. It provides a battery life of 12.75 hours and it is powered by 11th-Generation Intel Core processors and Intel Iris Xe graphics.
Although the company hasn’t enclosed the pricing for the HP Spectre x360 model no. 13 with 5G connectivity it will be sold at the starting of 2021. This laptop model has added 5G support for 4 times faster downloading speeds. Also, it too offers 2.8 times better coverage with HP Dynamic Range.
For HP Envy x360 model no. 13, it is priced at 949.99 dollars. It arrives with HP MPP 2.0 Tilt Pen support. It has a good battery life of 12.75 hours. It has a camera shutter and a fingerprint reader. Like other HP variants discussed above, it too is powered by Intel’s 11th Generation processors and Iris Xe graphics
And finally, for HP Envy model no. 13 which is priced at 899.99 dollars. It has also been updated with 11th-Generation Intel Core processors and Intel Iris Xe graphics. It delivers a screen to body ratio of about 88% and a good battery life of 13 hours. It can also be armed with up to a 4K UHD display and it also arrives with support and connectivity of Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6.
Users can purchase through HP’s official website, HP.com. In the fullness of time, the company has not shared pricing for the Indian customers and its availability.