The MacBook Pro 2016 has had its fair share of bad reputation in the past couple of months. Featuring meagre improvements from its predecessor, Apple?s efforts on the laptop were once again put in question. Now, competitors from left, right and center are releasing products much better than the famous MacBook Pro. Now, HP is once again eyeing to rival the MacBook Pro with its new and improved HP Spectre x360.
HP just announced a 15-inch version of the HP Spectre x360 that can directly compete with Apple?s newest MacBook Pro. The new HP hybrid laptop is built to perform while maintaining excellent form at all times.
The new 15-inch HP Spectre x360 boasts the latest and fastest Intel Kaby Lake processor money could buy. Paired with a 16GB of RAM and an ultra fast PCIe storage, this thing can take on the MacBook Pro all day.
The new HP hybrid laptop also features a micro-bezel design that makes viewing just immensely impressive. The 4K display makes everything vivid and lively. Not only that, it also packs an NVIDIA GeForce 940MX under the hood. To cap it off, the display also supports both touch and stylus inputs.
The 15-inch HP Spectre x360 also sports a redesigned battery to last an entire 12 hours of continuous use. The new battery is 23 percent bigger than the previous model hence provides more power when in need.
Just like any hybrid laptop, the HP Spectre x360 can be configured in a number of different ways. There are four basic modes of use for the hybrid laptop–notebook, tent, tablet and stand mode. Each mode can be achieved with ease thanks to its unique 360-degree hinge design.
The 15-inch HP Spectre x360 will be available in the market starting this February. Pricing starts at $1,250 with the basic configuration.
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