HP unveils hybrid Spectre x2 laptop with 3K-screen
Computer manufacturer HP has a new model unveiled its hybrid Spectre x2, a combination of a tablet and a laptop. The new version has a 3K screen with a different aspect ratio.
That made HP Monday afternoon known.
As with the previous versions can be on the tablet has a detachable keyboard, to be confirmed, so this also if a laptop is to use.
The resolution of the tablet screen is 3,000 from 2,000 pixels, an aspect ratio of 3:2. Most laptop – and tabletdisplays have an aspect ratio of 16:9.
The different aspect ratio, there should be according to HP ensure for example, that photos better to see if the tablet is held horizontally. In the vertical position would books or documents more readable.
In addition, HP is the standard custom that the tablet on a table can be set. The mechanism to fold is now in the standard processing. In the previous version of the Spectre x2 had to user a slider to convert to the side of the tablet.
Also, the infrared camera to the front moved, so that it can be used for facial recognition to log into Windows 10.
The Spectre x2 is further provided with a 13 megapixel camera on the back. The entry-level model costs 1.599 euro and houses a Intel i7 processor, 8 gigabytes of ram and a SSD drive of 320 gb. The laptop would on one battery charge of 8 hours should be able to and has to support two external 4K displays thanks to usb-c.
HP unveiled new models for its Envy 13 and Envy 17 laptops, and the fully tiltable Envy x360. The new versions are characterized especially by thinner screen edges and are also, from June available.