HP Spectre x360 14 is a 14-inch 2-in-1 convertible. The design change of this generation is not small. It is said to be jointly designed with Intel and passed Intel’s EVO certification, with a battery life of up to 17 hours.
HP Spectre x360 14 uses a 3:2 screen this time with a resolution of 3000×2000, which is more productive than a 16:9 screen and has a viewable area of about 20% larger. This is also a popular trend this year.
In addition, the Spectre x360 14 screen is also available in an OLED version with a resolution of 3000×2000, but the battery life will be reduced to 11.5 hours.
In terms of configuration, Spectre x360 14 uses the 11th generation Intel Core i-series processor, and the GPU is an integrated Iris torch, which claims to have a 34% increase in performance over last year’s version.
In terms of interfaces, the HP Spectre x360 14 is equipped with simplicity. In addition to the card reader, there are mainly two Thunderbolt 4 interfaces and one USB-A interface.
It is worth noting that of the two Thunderbolt 4 ports, one is on the side and the other is at the corner of the shaft. This location is very unique, and it is the first time I have seen it.
In other respects, Spectre x360 14 supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, 4 speakers, and the touchpad area is also 16% larger.
In terms of price, Spectre x360 14 started at $1,199, but it has not yet been sold, and the official website does not give specific configuration parameters, patience, etc.