The Spectre x360 is one of the best notebooks that HP has ever made and the latest refresh of this lineup has made it even better. The third refresh of the Spectre x360 features latest 7th generation Intel Core processors that are commonly referred to as Kaby Lake. The new Spectre x360 features an improved display and bigger battery in a package that’s 2mm slimmer than its predecessor at 13.8mm. The weight has also been reduced by 0.16kg.

The Spectre x360 now has an edge-to-edge 13.3 inch display with 1920×1080 pixel resolution. There’s even a quad speaker array for an enhanced audio experience. HP says that the battery is good for 15 hours on a single charge which is a 25 percent improvement over its predecessor. The notebook is capable of charging its battery up to 90 percent in 90 minutes.

Thunderbolt 3, two USB Type-C ports and an infra-red camera with support for Windows Hello biometric authentication are onboard as well. HP’s Spectre x360 lineup features models that are powered by a Core i5 or Core i7 processor with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of solid state drive storage.

HP is going to release the new Spectre x360 next month with prices starting at $1,049 and they will only go up from there.

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