HP-Spectre-x2-01The HP Spectre range has always been a pretty interesting one, coming up with various models including a hybrid in the form of the HP Spectre x360 earlier this year. Well, it seems that the Spectre family name is still alive and kicking, where HP has just announced the brand new HP Spectre x2. If you have been on the lookout for a really slim notebook that gets the job done, then look no further – this premium notebook measures just 8mm thin, and will tip the scales at a mere 1.78 pounds when it is in tablet mode, now how about that? Surely this is worth getting if you happen to attend plenty of tradeshows, and need to constantly shuffle back and forth the showfloor while lugging around a really heavy load on your back.

For instance, if you were to attach the keyboard to transform it into a full fledged notebook, it will then weigh 2.69 pounds and is 13.15mm thin. It really depends on how you would like to use it for that particular time and place, giving you the option of traveling light if you really do not need to have to carry any notebook with you.

A choice of 6th generation Intel Core M3, M5 or M7 processors are at your disposal, and it will also boast of a 12″ Full HD display. There is also support for a full sized HDMI cable, as well as a mini DisplayPort 1.2 port. Other hardware specifications include either 128GB, 256GB or 512GB SSD configurations, a choice of either 4GB or 8GB of RAM, a pair of USB Type-C connectors, a microSD memory card reader, and a trio of cameras.

Three cameras on a single device? This is certainly different from the rest, for sure! There is an 8MP shooter behind, a 5MP camera in front for selfies, and an Intel RealSense 3D camera, now how about that? It is also more than ready to work with Wacom styluses, for example, making it all the more productive. Depending on the kind of hardware specifications that you decide to settle on for the HP Spectre x2, pricing starts from $799.99 onward.

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