The new HP Spectre x360 is an incredible laptop with amazing features for better performance and productivity. With its stunning, distinct, aesthestics, this new model is smaller and lighter, yet thicker compared to the previoud model. The new HP Spectre x360 looks pretty much like the previous version. It is still made out entirely of aluminum with golden diamond-like cut edges. It has a solid productivity performance, with an incredibly long battery life, and a nice comfortable keyboard.
With the length now shrinked from 217.9mm to 194.5mm, it is now smaller than before. It also is 10 grams lighter than the previous model, and 2.4mm thicker.
It now has slimmer bezels to give the display a more immersive feel to it. Cutting down the top bezels from 17.35mm to a mere 5.85mm. And on the bottom bezels from 25.82mm to 11.09mm. Which is actually a 66.28% and 57.05% change between generations, respectively. However, the main reason for the bigger display panel is not entirely because of the slimmer bezels. It’s all about the webcam.
The Windows Hello IR webcam on the previous version was roughly 6mm in size. But this latest model is now down to a mere 2.2mm, still with a crystal clear picture quality. And, the same as the previous model, you can block the webcam with the slide of a switch on the side for privacy concerns.
It keeps getting better.
The new HP Spectre x360 13 now has an OLED screen. Compared to standard LED panels, OLED screens are able to display amazing contrast levels and deeper, darker blacks.
With a standard FHD 1,920 x 1,080 resolution model, this new model has an option for a 4k True Black HDR OLED panel that can go up to 1,000 nits of brightness. This new HP Spectre x360 will, without a doubt, will work well in direct sunlight and in other brighter conditions. Not only that, it has a new optional anti-glare option.
With that many changes, it still has the same distinct aesthetics and even the same ports available. With two Thunderbolt 3USB-C and one USB A. Located in the corners, designed to get the cables out of the way.
The keyboard deck has no flex when pressed hard. Typing is easy and is more comfortable. The same with the touchpad, although smaller, its wide surface is smooth enough for scrolling.
This new HP Spectre x360 now has Intel’s 10th-gen CPUs. This promises to provide battery and performance improvements for day to day activities. It comes up to a quad-core Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor which should provide enough power for productivity work.
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