Laptops are great for taking with you on the go if you need to work. However the problem is that because laptops are more powerful devices, they also consume battery faster than say a tablet, which means that usually a laptop probably wouldn’t last you more than a day before needing a recharge.
However HP is hoping to change that narrative as they have announced their latest laptop, the HP Spectre x360 which the company is boasting will feature a 22.5 hour battery life, which according to HP makes it the “world’s longest battery life in a quad-core convertible”. We’re not sure how accurate their claim is, but if it is true it is very impressive indeed.
The laptop will feature a 13-inch or 15-inch display that will support Full HD or 4K resolutions, and will be powered by Intel’s latest 8th Gen quad-core processor. There will also be support for up to 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage. There will also be a built-in webcam that comes with a kill switch that electrically turn off the webcam when not in use.
For the most part the 13-inch and 15-inch models are the same, with the main difference being that the 15-inch model will sport optional discrete GPUs in the form of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti. The HP Spectre x360 13 and 15 will be available this November where they are priced starting at $1,149 and $1,389 respectively.