The company plans to release a model with a resolution of 4K UHD.
HP announced a notebook-transformer Spectre Folio, “dressed” in leather. The frame of the device is made of magnesium-alloy and leather skin-tight if necessary can be removed.
The impressions of Tom Warren from The Verge, the device is equally usable in laptop mode and tablet, and the ergonomics allow comfortable positioning him on his knees. Also the journalist was satisfied with the aluminum keyboard with a distance of 1.5 mm between the keys and a glass trackpad – this new product is reminiscent of other models in the Spectre.
“The only thing that disappointed me, it is a compromise between the corners of the screen. It can not move away from yourself, which is fine, if you use the device on the table, but not when you want to adjust the angle to avoid glare, writes Warren. – Also the display has a fairly large ‘chin’, and I would prefer to see more frameless panel, the kind of thing a Dell XPS 13”.
The device comes with a 13.3-inch screen Full HD, processor Intel Core i5 or i7 8-generation integrated graphics Intel Graphics UHD 615, 8 gigabytes of RAM and SSD-drive capacity of 256 GB. Included are the stylus that can recognize the angle and 4096 levels of depression.
Until the end of the year, the company plans to release the model with a resolution of 4K UHD. There are two USB Type-C (Thunderbolt 3), one USB 3.1 Type-C and USB 3.1 Type-A. the volume of the battery should be enough for 19 hours of battery life.
Spectre Folio will be sold in the networks of Best Buy and brand online shop HP. Model with Intel Core i5 processor valued at $1299 with a Core i7 – $1399. In December will be released the LTE version of the transformer with a chip i7 for $1499.
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