Specter x360 15

HP refreshes its Specter x360 15 laptop with a 90% screen-to-body ratio

There are also option for 4K OLED display as well as Intel U-series processor or Nvidia MX graphics card

HP has unveiled its new, advanced Specter x360 laptop during the CES 2020. The biggest change from the previous model is the reduced frame size. This has enabled the new laptop to have a 90% screen-to-body ratio, Neowin reports.

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This change has made the Specter x360 15 lighter and more mobile. There is still the option of 4K OLED display, as well as more powerful hardware, such as the Intel U-series processor or Nvidia MX graphics card. In the first picture are the previous models and the new ones side by side.

There will be several different variants of the Specter x360 15 laptop. This includes the 10th generation U-series processor and the Nvidia MX GPU, which is designed for productivity and offers better battery life. The second model comes with H series processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card.

The new HP Specter x360 15 laptops will be available from March for a starting price of $1600.

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