The HP Spectre 15 x360 already gets a significant update at CES in the form of an AMOLED display option. If you just got one recently, you might kick yourself right now, but this is a very exciting option, and hopefully just a new beginning of AMOLED on laptops.
Aimed at Creative users and those who need the best possible display quality, this AMOLED display can reproduce 100% of the DCI-LP3 color gamut, a color-space often used by video professionals. It’s approximately equivalent to 133% of the sRGB gamut, but it’s technically a little different.
The short story is that AMOLED is a lot better than IPS LCD, no matter how you look at it. The view angle, contrast ratio, black levels, color reproduction — everything is better, period.
Aside from that, this HP Spectre 15 x360 retains the same attributes than what was already announced. This means that it has the latest Intel processors, and a fresh new design, with 45-degrees corners that host a USB-C port, or the power button. That’s a really interesting concept.
The NVIDIA 1050 Ti Max-Q helps bring the graphics performance and games compatibility above the Intel integrated graphics. However, the level of performance remains far from what can be considered as serious PC Gaming. Still, for Creative purposes, it can accelerate the user interface (UI) in key applications, also boost the performance of video processing.