In addition to Specter, the company will also launch a new EliteBook for the enterprise segment, which supports up to 32GB of RAM and 2TB of internal storage.
HP continues to make room to upgrade its line of notebooks. If you do not believe it, watch out for the new Spectre x360 13-inch, which integrates a battery with autonomy for 22 hours and a half of continuous use. This figure represents a growth of 37% over the numbers promised by the predecessor model.
Note, however, that this is not the only novelty in the new line of HP computers. In the new Specter x360 models, there is now a privacy system that deactivates the power supply of the webcam when it is not being used and a design that facilitates the handling of the equipment cover. If you're a mobile user, you might also like the ability to attach gigabit LTE coverage to the 13-inch model.
In the 15-inch model, it's worth highlighting the ability to integrate an eighth generation Intel 6-color chip and a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q graphics. For fans of resolution, the company will still make several units available with a 4K touch-sensitive display.
Both models will be released in November, with the 13-inch model will have a starting price of $ 1,150. The 15-inch version will have a base value of $ 1,390.
In addition to the commercial segment, HP will also present a model for the enterprise market. The EliteBook x360 1040 G5 will be presented as the first convertible with gigabit LTE for professional users. The computer promises proper autonomy and an eighth-generation quad-core Intel chip; up to 32GB of RAM and up to 2TB of internal storage. The base price is $ 1,499 and the notebook will be released later this month.