HP has unveiled its latest lineup of Spectre x360 laptops in India, targeting young users with a diverse range of needs. Packed with innovative features and powered by the Intel Core Ultra 7 processors, these laptops promise to deliver exceptional performance, collaboration capabilities, and enhanced security.
Designed to cater to the growing demand for AI-driven tasks, the Spectre x360 laptops mark a significant milestone for HP, being the first in its consumer lineup to incorporate a Neural Processing Unit (NPU). This integration ensures efficient management of AI tasks, empowering users with seamless productivity.
Equipped with three-engine machines, comprising CPU, GPU, and NPU, along with NVIDIA Studio featuring RTX 4050 GFX, these laptops offer advanced AI technology. This translates into faster video editing and improved productivity, meeting the demands of modern-day users.
The standout feature of these laptops is undoubtedly their stunning displays. With up to a 2.8K OLED screen boasting IMAX Enhanced Certification and a 16:10 aspect ratio, users can expect an immersive viewing experience. Additionally, the variable refresh rate ranging from 48 Hz to 120 Hz ensures smooth visuals, catering to diverse preferences.
In terms of design, the Spectre x360 laptops offer sleek aesthetics combined with practicality. The 16-inch model boasts the world’s largest haptic touchpad for a Windows-based PC, enhancing user interaction and productivity.
Furthermore, these laptops prioritize audio and video quality, featuring audio tuning by Poly and Windows Studio effects for enhanced calls and video. The inclusion of a 9 MP camera with hardware-enabled low-light adjustment ensures clear communication, day or night.
Security remains a top priority with built-in features such as walk-away lock and privacy alerts, facilitated by the dedicated AI chip. Additionally, adaptive screen adjustments, including screen dimmer and variable refresh rates, enhance user comfort and experience.
Quick specifications of the HP Spectre x360 include:
- Processor: Intel Core Ultra 7 155H
- Graphics: Intel Arc Graphics or NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 Laptop GPU
- Storage: Up to 2 TB PCIe NVMe TLC M.2 SSD, up to 32GB RAM
- Connectivity: Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211 and Bluetooth 5.3
- Battery power: 100 W USB Type-C power adapter
The Spectre x360 laptops are now available in India, with the 14-inch model priced at Rs. 1,64,999 and the 16-inch model at Rs. 1,79,999. Both variants come in Nightfall Black and Slate Blue colors and can be purchased from HP World stores, the HP Online store, and leading retail outlets.
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