HP Philippines recently unveiled its newest 2-in-1 premium notebook which is a member of their Spectre lineup, the HP Spectre x360, at an event entitled 'A Finer Edge' at the Century Mall Events Center in Makati City.
Celebrating the union between artisanal craftsmanship and functionality, the event was complemented by versatile art pieces from renowned furniture designer Kenneth Cobonpue and the Benildean Industrial Designers Organization.
Similar to the first HP Spectre model, the new x360 unit also sports a hidden piston hinge mechanism so the unit is designed to rotate fluidly yet hold firmly in each mode – notebook, stand, tablet or tent. In addition, it is encased in stainless steel for maximum durability and has an elegant finish.
The HP Spectre x360 boasts a 13-inch Full HD touch display with 3.4mm bezels and is equipped with an edge-to-edge scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. It also features a quad speakers powered by Bang & Olufsen, amplified by HP Audio Boost so its PC audio will bring your entertainmen–t with outstanding quality and a more dynamic sound.
You'll be surprised at how compact the x360 is since its battery can run up to 9 hours with its hybrid polymer battery system. The HP Spectre x360 which weighs 1.295kg, runs on a full Intel Core i5 or i7 and Windows 10 as its operating system delivering an impressively smooth performance.
Pricing for the HP Spectre x360 starts at P75,990 for the Core i5 model and P82,990 for the Core i7 in the Philippines.