HP has added two more laptops to its existing range of premium devices with the new Spectre x360 and Envy 13.3. Both devices are upgraded variants of existing laptops in their respective line-ups.
The Envy 13.3″ comes with the choice of an optional edge-to-edge flush glass display with QHD+ or a regular display with Full-HD resolution, extra wide glass touchpad, backlit keyboard and upto 14 hours battery backup. It is powered by 7th Gen Intel processors available from i3 to i7, upto 1TB SSD support and upto 16GB RAM expansion.
The HP Spectre x360 has become even thinner by shaving off 2mm and reduced the display bezel from 15.12mm to 5.45mm in comparison to the older Spectre. Even battery life has gotten a boost which is claimed to be 25% more than the previous Spectre while Fast Charge technology charges the battery upto 50% in 30 minutes and 90% in 90 minutes. The device comes with Wi-Fi 802.11ac support, USB Type-C ports with Thunderbolt, Bang & Olufsen audio with HP Audio boost.
Available by the end of October, the Spectre X360 will be sold at a price of Rs.1,34,390. Envy 13.3″ costs Rs.90,000 and will go on sale from the middle of November.