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When designing the perfect laptop-tablet convertible, aesthetic and build quality are only segments of the whole.
While fit and feel are of utmost importance, and craftsmanship of the highest degree is the peak of device design, the hardware that slots within a device’s body has become even more important.
The HP Spectre x360 is a laptop-tablet convertible that melds sublime style, tough construction, and an irresistible aesthetic.
Internally, the HP Spectre x360 is available in two varieties. The first specification sports Intel’s 8th Generation quad-core KBL-G processor with Radeon RX Vega M graphics.
The second boasts Intel’s 8th Generation quad-core KBL-R processor, with Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics.
Both specifications ensure swift multitasking performance, even when the most demanding applications are running.
The HP Spectre x360 also features up to 16GB of LPDDR3 high performance memory.
With either specification, the HP Spectre x360 delivers the processing and graphical power to do it all.
The HP Spectre x360 also features PCI-e based flash storage, which is up to 17 times faster than a traditional 5400RPM laptop drive.
And size need not be an issue: a storage capacity of up to 2TB is available, so you can store your work and entertainment on a single drive.
But performance numbers don’t simply apply to processing speed. When your battery runs low, expect to be up and running almost immediately with HP’s fast charging technology.
When the balance between raw, unbridled performance and design excellence are essential to you and your craft, look no further than the HP Spectre x360.
This article has been sponsored by HP.
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