HP never seems to rest, as it announced a new set of laptops. The Spectre x360 14 can easily be considered the highlight, as it features some impressive specs. The 3:2 aspect ratio of the display as well as the Thunderbolt 4 port are the most notable aspects, but let’s dive into the specs a little deeper.
There are also 11th generation Intel® Core™ Iris Xe graphics processors that power the gadget, making it capable of wonderful things such as faster video editing.
The built-in quad speakers are capable of assuring a more real and immersive sound. As the description says:
“Quad speakers custom tuned by experts at Bang & Olufsen, entertainment comes to life with sound you can feel.”
There’s no wonder why HP claims that the Spectre x360 14 is its most intelligent PC ever, as the gadget can detect when it’s positioned in a closed environment, and it can also avoid the battery draining or overheating.
AI Noise Removal
If you’re tired of not being able to fully understand someone via Zoom or Microsoft Teams because the dog is barking, the music is too loud, and so on, HP’s new laptop has it covered for you. The AI Noise Removal does just that: it gets rid of anything you would classify as ‘noise’ while you’re talking to a friend or foe.
The battery of the HP Spectre x360 14 laptop makes the gadget to run for a full day with a single charge if you’re not the type of person that skips the bedtime schedules: up to 17 hours, to be more precise.
If you’re aiming to get your hands on a Spectre x360 14 from HP, you’ll need to pull out a decent amount of money: the starting price will be $1,199.