HP has refreshed its Spectre X360 and Pavilion X2 notebooks line. The company has announced two notebooks in the Spectre X360 series and one in the Pavilion X2 series, ahead of CES 2016.
The HP Spectre x360 sports a 15.6 inch 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) display with wide viewing angles. It comes with an optional Intel(R) Iris graphics and up to 16GB of memory. Users can choose between an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, an up-to-512GB solid-state drive. The notebook is 15.9 mm thin and weight starts at 4 lbs. It offers 13 hours of battery life on the Full HD version and up to 9.5 hours on the Ultra HD models. The HP Spectre x360 features three USB 3.0 ports with Sleep and Charge and one USB-Type-C(TM) connector that supports up to 5GB of data transfer. It also comes with a mini display port, HDMI and audio jack. The smaller variant of the Spectre x360 sports a 13.3 inch display with Quad HD OLED display option. The convertible PC will also offer optional Intel(R) Iris graphics and up to 1 TB of SSD storage.
The Pavillion X2 sports a 12.1 inch display and is a detachable PC that can be configured with Intel(R) Atom with 64 GB eMMC or 6th generation Intel(R) Core M processors with 128 GB or 256 GB SSD storage. The notebook with keyboard weighs 3.23 pounds and is 15.3 mm thin. The HP Pavilion x2 features a USB Type-C connector, a USB 2.0 port and a micro HDMI port. It comes with two front facing speakers custom tuned by B&O Play. Battery life is said to be up to 8 hours and 15 minutes.
Pricing and Availability
- The 15.6 inch HP Spectre x360 – price starts at $1, 149 (Rs. 76500 approx.), expected to be available on February 14, 2016 on hp.com
- The 13.3 inch diagonal HP Spectre x360 – pricing not known, expected to be available in spring 2016
- The 12.1 inch HP Pavilion x2- price starting at$499.99 (Rs. 33304) expected to be available on February 7, 2016 at hp.com