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HP Spectre X360: Lightweight Yet Powerful & Secure Laptop

The HP Spectre X360 13 is marketed in the lightweight yet powerful laptop division – competing with Apple’s MacBook Air, Dell XPS 13 and Microsoft Surface Laptop.

The market aims to offer small, lightweight yet impressive and reliable notebooks with premium features. With audio collaborated with Bang & Olufsen, the Spectre XP360 stands out from the crowd.

‘Whether you’re looking for a long battery life or our most powerful Spectre yet — accelerate your ability to create with unprecedented performance and impeccable craftsmanship,’ the HP Online Store boasts.

‘With HP Quad Speakers, HP Audio Boost, and custom tuning by the experts at Bang & Olufsen, entertainment comes to life with sound you can feel.’

The Spectre X360 is a workhorse on the go. Its signature feature is a screen that is connected by two hinges that enables full 360-degree rotations. Owners can choose to operate it as a notebook or place the screen beneath the keyboard and transform it into a laptop.

The lightweight Spectre X360 is small enough to be handled as a tablet, weighing in at just 1.32kg depending on your configuration. Its dimensions a 30.88cm x 21.79cm and 1.45cm thick.

The model also sports a sleek and classy aesthetic, with an all-aluminium gem-cut design suitable for working environments and creativity at home.

Other features include an Intel Core i5-8265U Processor, Windows 10 Home 64, HP Sure View Integrated Privacy Screen 13.3-inch diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare mirco-edge WLED-backlit touch screen (1920 x 1080), 8GB RAM and a 256 GB NVMe.

But HP has also focused largely on improving security concerns for their consumers, including security options such as a IR camera, fingerprint reader, privacy camera kill switch and privacy screen that is said to keep owners secure and their information private.

The HP Spectre X360 can be purchased from select retailers and online from $2,199.

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