HP intros Spectre x360 13 with 10th Gen Intel Core Processors and 4K OLED display in India
HP has come up with its convertible notebook in India - Spectre x360 13. It is specially designed for modern consumers with a premium design and top-notch hardware that includes the 10th generation Intel Core processors along with Iris Plus graphics. It offers 22 hour long battery life and 90% screen-to-body ratio for Rs 99,990. It is 13% smaller than its earlier versions. HP has provided up to 4K OLED display that is capable of producing 400 nits of brightness. The HP Spectre x360 13 is also made of a sleek metallic build that flaunts gem-cut and dual chamfer angular edges.
Inspite of the smaller form factor, the new device has 13.3 inch display size that was available on the previous Spectre x360 13. It boasts a display of 4K OLED or full-HD panel that supports HP's True Black HDR technology for a 100,000:1 contrast ratio. There is also a factory colour calibration with Delta E <2 for 30 percent wider colour range over the prior generation.
It is powered with a quad-core 10th generation Intel Core processor that is claimed to deliver two times the performance of the previous generation. It has the latest range of connectivity options which includes Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and 4x4 Gigabit LTE for 122% faster speeds over Cat9 2x2 configuration. Similarly, HP says that there is an integrated functionality with USB Type-C port placement angled in the right corner to provide an improved cord management.
The Spectre x360 13 also has ThunderBolt 3 support as well as one USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A port, one headphone/ microphone combo, one HDMI 2.0 port, and microSD card slot.
The system comes with preloaded features such as HP Command Center and HP Network booster to optimise system performance. It also has the HP Webcam Kill Switch that lets users safely switch the webcam on or off with a press of a button. Further, there is a dedicated mute mic with LED key to turn on or off the built-in microphone.
HP has provided Windows Hello support on the new Spectre x360 that uses the IR camera (available at 2.2mm size) or the built-in fingerprint reader to unlock the system -- without requiring any passwords to be entered. The new HP Spectre x360 13 packs a 4-cell, 60Whr battery that is rated to deliver up to 22 hours of power on a single charge.