HP has just lifted the veil on a new ultrabook: the Specter Folio . This is a hybrid laptop that offers a truly remarkable design as well as exemplary autonomy.
The American firm based in Palo Alto, California, is expanding its Specter range with a new 2-in-1 PC. It must be said that HP has always sought to push the limits of design with this line of products so coveted by object enthusiasts. high-tech with a futuristic look. And the HP Specter Folio is obviously no exception to the rule. The new ultrabook has a certain elegance with its design characterized by a mixture of leather and aluminum. A feature that is sure to appeal to those looking for a unique hybrid PC.
Either way, that's not the only good thing about the HP Specter Folio. It has other qualities that make it a really attractive product.
A touch screen that can be turned over
The HP Specter Folio can be used as a PC or as a tablet. To change the mode of use, simply pull the 13.3-inch touchscreen towards you. What also seems interesting is the fact that you can position the panel in an inclined way while hiding the keyboard for a better viewing experience. To facilitate navigation, you can use the brand's digital stylus for this purpose.
So that you can surf the internet anywhere, at any time, the ultrabook offers 4G LTE connectivity. Its aluminum frame is covered with leather. The latter surrounds the display panel as well as the glass touchpad area. It should be noted that the backlit keys are made of aluminum. To switch from one position to another, the HP Specter Folio uses magnets.
18 hours of battery life
Autonomy has always been a criterion of great importance when it comes to portable devices. With the HP Specter Folio, the manufacturer has visibly taken care of this aspect since the product is supposed to work 18 hours with a single full charge. The least we can say is that this is a great performance.
As for component configuration, the convertible packs an Intel Core i7 processor paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. For now, HP's online store only references a model with a Full HD display, but a 4K variant should appear soon. Note that the first one currently costs $ 1,499. A model with an Intel Core i5 chip is also available for $ 1,300.