HP has unveiled its premium Spectre x360 15T laptop at the CES. As its name suggests, the latest entrant features a fabulous 15-inch OLED display with thin bezels. It is clad in a high-precision CNC-milled aluminum body. The laptop comes with the latest innards from Intel and Nvidia to deliver powerful performance. To keep the heating issue at the bay, HP claims to have tweaked the laptop’s heat dissipation system. On top of this, the American brand has also baken in some interesting security features.
HP Spectre x360 15T Specifications
The Spectre x360 15T comes with the 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor. You can opt for 16 GB or 32 GB RAM. It offers up to 1 TB SSD storage. To handle the gaming bit, HP relies on Nvidia’s GeForce GPU. The 15.6-inch OLED screen has 4K resolution. As opposed to cheap LCD screens on other laptops including the MacBooks, the Spectre x360 15T’s OLED offers stunning colors and inky blacks. Since it doesn’t requite LED backlighting like that of LCDs, the OLED screens are easy on eyes too.
Despite its sleek design, the laptop houses plenty of ports and connectors. For starters, you get an HDMI port, headphone jack, a full-size USB port, two USB type C connectors, and a microSD card reader. It will be one of the first devices to support the new Wi-Fi 6 standards. Other than that, it offers Bluetooth 5. The on-board speaker is tuned by Bang & Olufsen. The Spectre x360 15T comes with an IR webcam with support for Windows Hello. For those bothered with privacy, HP offers a webcam cove switch and a mute button for the mic.
True to its name, the Spectre x360 15T’s hinge that allows the lid to flip behind the keyboard. Speaking of which, the keys are well spaced and the trackpad is spacious too. The company hasn’t shared the battery specs but claims that you squeeze out a whopping 17 hours of battery life.
HP Spectre x360 15T Price and Availability
The Spectre x360 15T will hit the stores in the US in March. Its basic model is priced at $1,600 (approx Rs 1 lakh 15 thousand). At this point, there’s no word on its global rollout.