— HP (@HP) October 1, 2018
HP recently unveiled the HP Spectre Folio, their newest convertible that’s bonded with leather. Like many other convertibles, the HP Spectre Folio can be tented, propped up, turned into a tablet, or used like a normal laptop. It’s different in that the display doesn’t fold backwards, instead, it’s pulled forward over the keyboard where magnets fasten it over the base of the key tray.
The outside is 100 percent genuine, chrome-tanned leather and is HP shipping it in two tones, warm brown and a deeper bordeaux. The computer’s structural support and other components are made of metal though.
The Spectre Folio ships with three different options for its 13.3-inch touchscreen display:
- a 1-watt, full HD panel,
- a regular full HD panel,
- and a 4K display.
Ultra-fast Gigabit-class 4G LTE keeps things fast and keeps you connected anywhere you go and a battery life of up to 18 hours keeps you going for longer.
A 4K Micro Edge display, thin bezels and 178° wide-viewing angles make for a mesmerizing display of vivid colour and crystal clear imagery. The 1-watt display is also new tech from HP made to reduce power consumption. The addition of the HP Tilt Pen also makes it so that you can take notes, navigate, draw, doodle, edit and create.
The Spectre Folio also features Intel’s new low-power processor, Amber Lake-Y. HP also claims that this laptop has the world’s smallest motherboard, co-developed with Intel.