HP introduced the Specter x360 13 (2019), a new premium transformer notebook with key features such as portability and record-breaking battery life.
The novelty has become 13% more compact and lighter than last year’s model, and the display area is more than 90% of the cover. The model is equipped with a 13-inch OLED screen with a resolution of Full HD or 4K: the panel brightness reaches 400 nits, there is support for third-generation Sure View technology, which significantly worsens image visibility at an angle – this will hide important information from prying eyes.
In the basic configuration of the Specter x360 13 (2019), the tenth generation Intel processor is installed – Core i5-1035G4 with Iris Plus graphics. In this modification (with Full HD screen) the laptop is able to work up to 22 hours without recharging: in the mode of working with documents and surfing the network.
The developers paid attention to the safety of the device. Firstly, the laptop has the ability to physically turn off the power of the webcam and microphone, a switch on the right side. Secondly, the Specter x360 got an infrared camera for scanning faces and a fingerprint scanner – of course, with support for Windows Hello.
For the convenience of using the laptop when powered from the network, the USB-C port is located on the beveled corner of the aluminum case, allowing you to hide the charging cable behind the device.