HP makes some great PC products and the company’s latest one is bound to get your attention. It’s called the HP Spectre Folio and it doesn’t have a sleek aluminum body. This premium laptop is actually bonded with leather. It’s a convertible so the device can either be used as a conventional laptop or propped up in tablet or tent mode.

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HP calls the Spectre Folio the “world’s first leather convertible PC,” as it fashioned from 100 percent chrome tan, full-grain leather. This durable material provides a natural hinge and flexible chassis. The accented stitching just adds to the luxurious look and feel of this product.

Powered by an up to Core i7 (Y-series) 8th generation Intel processor with up to 16GB of RAM and 2TB of SSD storage, the Spectre Folio also has four front speakers that have been developed in collaboration with Bang & Olufsen. Customers can get this product with a FHD display initially and a 4K UHD option will be available later this year.

It promises an Always Connected PC experience courtesy of its dual eSIM support with an optional non-SIM slot under the display. This will enable users to quickly connect to their cellular networks for internet access on the go. Pre-orders for the HP Spectre Folio are open starting today. It will be available in Cognac Brown and Bordeaux Burgundy finishes. The Core i5 and Core i7 models start at $1,299 and $1,499 respectively.

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