If you are looking for a device for both professional and personal use, you may consider the new HP Spectre x360 13 convertible.
The new Spectre has two times the performance of the previous generation, and is HP’s first convertible with a quad-core 10th Generation Intel Core processor and Intel Iris Plus Graphics, verified to the target specification and key experiences of Intel’s Project Athena innovation program. The device has up to 22 hours of battery life.
It’s really smaller than its previous generation, with a 90% screen-to-body ratio at every angle. The new Spectre has also improved cord management by placing the USB-C port angled in the right corner and the power button on the left corner of the device to avoid accidental power shut-offs.
The device also comes with an optional 400-nit display, HP’s first 4K OLED 13-inch diagonal display with True Black HDR for a 100,000:1 high contrast ratio, and factory color calibration with Delta E <2 for a 30% wider color range.
The HP Webcam Kill Switch counters webcam hacking. The new Spectre also comes with standard security features such as a Windows Hello enabled IR camera and a fingerprint reader, located on the keyboard deck.
The device now comes in Natural Silver, adding to already polished finishes in Nightfall Black with Copper Luxe accents and Poseidon Blue with Pale Brass accents.
It’s expected to be available in October via HP.com, with a starting price of $1,099. The HP Spectre x360 13 in Nightfall Black with 16 GB of RAM, a 4K OLED display, and 1 TB SSD with 32 GB Optane will be avilable at BestBuy.com. A model in Natural Silver with 8 GB of RAM, an FHD display, and 512 GB SSD with 32 GB Optane will also be avilable at BestBuy.com.