Jun 21, 2018 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

2017 HP Specter x360 Latest Update: Refreshed With 4K Resolution Display Option; Active Pen Accessory Included!

Feb 17, 2017 03:37 AM EST


HP's 2-in-1 ultra-compact and light laptop, the HP Specter x360, was asserted by a few publications as one of the best Windows-based laptops for 2016. Presently, HP has revived the brand with an upgraded form of the laptop that contains a model with a 4K resolution screen. Furthermore, HP has also now included some touch-based functionality, credit to the brand new dynamic pen accessory.

The HP Specter x360 laptop that was released toward the end of last year, sadly, it did not accompany a high-resolution display alternative. This was a major issue for a few shoppers as a 4K display was at that point turning into a standard for most high end slim and light laptops being offered in the market. The laptop overall configurations just accompanied a full HD display, which was still a fair display for most applications.

Buyers who are keen on grabbing the new 2017 HP Specter x360 can specifically get the unit from Best Buy, according to a report from The Verge. The retailer is presently offering the 4K Ultra HD variations, which is estimated at $1,600 for the 13.3-inch display with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB solid state drive. Those who need the Full HD display variation can get the 2017 models for $1,199 for the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage configuration, while the higher-end 16GB RAM and 512GB storage models are evaluated at $1,350.

Each of the three invigorated HP Specter x360 variations will accompany a free dynamic pen accessory. Past models did not have a pen-compatible display, which implies that there is rather more value in grabbing the revived models.

As a stylish upgrade, HP has likewise now made the dark ash silver adaptation of the 13-inch HP Specter x360 accessible for Full HD variations. As indicated by Windows Central, the darker finish model is presently accessible in select online and offline retailers and will cost $10 more than the standard normal silver-shaded models.

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