HP on Thursday introduced two new models in its Spectre series of laptops in India namely Spectre Folio and Spectre x360. Both the PCs are gigabit-class LTE Intel-based laptops that are touted to offer more secure Wi-Fi than traditional public ones. The devices are said to have been designed for modern consumers who demand stylish technology.
The HP Spectre Folio LTE has been priced at Rs 1,99,990 while the HP Spectre x360 LTE costs Rs 1,69,990. Spectre x360 also comes in two different non-LTE and Poseidon Blue models which are priced at Rs 1,09,990 and Rs 1,19,990 respectively.
On purchase of any of the two devices, buyers will be entitled to get 1.5TB of 4G data completely free from Reliance Jio with a validity of two years. The Spectre notebooks will be available for purchase at select HP World stores, HPShopping.in and other e-tailers.
“We are excited to bring the next level innovation of our widely acclaimed Spectre series to India. At HP, we understand the evolving requirement of the consumers by merging beautiful design and outstanding performance along with an Always Connected PC experience,” said Anurag Arora, Category Head – Consumer, Personal Systems, HP Inc. India while announcing the new offerings.
HP Spectre Folio features
The Spectre Folio is claimed to come equipped with one of the smallest motherboards with a thin and light design. Under the hood, it has an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 (Y-series) processor paired with up to 16GB of memory, and up to 512GB of SSD storage. There is a 1W 400-nits Full HD option for users to enjoy an immersive viewing experience in any light condition.
HP Spectre Folio gets 4 front-facing speakers that have been designed in collaboration with the popular global audio and lifestyle brand Bang & Olufsen. The device is touted to offer up to 15 hours of battery life.
HP Spectre x360 features
The HP Spectre x360, on the other hand, gets a superior design language and enhanced performance. It features a functional design that allows it to convert in four distinct positions — Laptop, Tent, Reverse and Tablet. It sports an integrated privacy screen called HP Sure View.
Besides bending the device as per their requirements, users can use modes to optimise system performance, change the fan speed to be quieter, and adjust thermal performance to run heavy applications.―Times Now