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The HP Spectre x360 is a stylish convertible laptop for those who want more. So much more. And you need not be a geek to appreciate it either. The HP Spectre x360 will adapt to your lifestyle, regardless of how you live it. It’s not just a laptop, or a convertible, it’s the cornerstone of your digital life.
For the digital artist, the HP Spectre x360 provides the tools needed to create your next masterpiece.
It has a gorgeous, dense 4K touchscreen, a 13.3 inch compact form factor, and an accurate digital pen. And if you lie the HP Spectre x360 flat, stretching the hinge to 180 degrees, it transforms into a digital canvas.
Said digital canvas is slathered behind a scratch resistant sheet of Gorilla Glass, and features a resolution of 3840×2160, giving artists more than eight-million pixels.
Pair your pen with the convertible, and create your dreams. The HP Pen allows users to create and design works of art, from works inspired by Bob Ross, to something that would make Banksy stop and stare.
And once you’re done, be sure to save your work to the device’s super fast PCIe SSD storage.
The movie lover
Movie lovers require high quality display too, complete with HDR support and the ability to output to multiple screens. The HP Spectre x360 ticks all these boxes.
Thanks to WiFi 802.11ac support or Gigabit LAN via USB, streaming your favourite movies and series using a capable internet connection has never been more satisfying. And be sure to enjoy that detailed HDR 10 support offered by a slew of online content providers.
If you need a larger screen, hook up the Spectre x360 to your home TV using USB-C or HDMI, or even pair it to a second monitor. That’s right, two screens in 4K from a single laptop.
But if you’re relaxing away from the TV, tilt the Spectre x360’s screen to 270 degrees and enjoy the convertible in its movie marathon mode.
Speaking of all nighters, completing assignments in the late hours is just part and parcel of college. Thankfully, these often painful instances are made a little easier when using the HP Spectre x360.
Save your eyes from blue light by switching on the HP Spectre x360s backlight filter, and type in low-light with confidence and comfort using the individually illuminated keys.
Run whichever app or programme you need thanks to the 8th Generation Intel Core chipset at the heart of the Spectre x360, alongside 8GB of RAM and 512GB of super fast PCIe SSD storage making the device up to 17x faster than a traditional 5400RPM laptop hard drive.
And enjoy your favourite tunes through the quad Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers on the Spectre x360.
The frequent flier
Few laptops come close to the portability offered by the HP Spectre x360. It weighs less than 1.3 kilograms, measures in at less than 14 mm, but packs a battery that will last for up to 12 hours. That’s more than what you’ll need on some of the world’s most frequently travelled flights.
The Spectre x360’s intelligent hinge comes into its own once more here. Convert it into a tablet by folding it 360 degrees, and enjoy your downloaded media or take some time off to read an ebook on the 4K screen. Or, better yet, use it as a traditional laptop to get some work done 40 000 feet in the air.
Feel more secure by switching off the webcam using HP’s Privacy Camera Switch too.
You needn’t be wary of leaving your laptop unattended either. With its built-in fingerprint scanner, only you have access to your information.
The HP Spectre x360 offers a range of specifications and features that appeals to more than just one type of buyer. Starting at R26 999, make the HP Spectre x360 the centre piece of work, play and your digital life.
This article is sponsored by HP.
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