While other laptops dabble on both Intel and AMD chips, the latest HP Spectre x360 is going all-in with Intel.
The HP Spectre x360 16 will be powered by the latest 12th-Gen Intel processors and the newly-announced Arc A370M discrete graphics. Clearly not made for gaming, but Intel estimates it has twice the performance prowess of the Xe graphics.
In select markets, the new Spectre x360 can be had with up to an Intel Core i7-12700H processor, with 32GB of RAM and 2TB of fast SSD storage.
It also has two display options. There’s a 3072 x 1920 400-nits touch screen with an optional anti-reflective coating and a 3820 x 2400 OLED touchscreen that can also go as high as 400 nits.
Also new is the Spectre x360 13.5, which also comes with 12th-Gen processors but no discrete GPU.
HP has also upgraded the new Envy X360 13 and x360 16m which will both come with Intel and AMD options. Plus, the Envy 16 can be had with either an Arc GPU or a more powerful RTX 3060.
All of HP’s latest laptops will be rigged with 5-megapixel webcams with AI-powered features like the HP GlamCam. They will also come with HP Palette which offers a simplified creative workflow, as well as HP QuickDrop for more convenient file transfers.
The HP Spectre x360 16 starts at USD1649.99 (around Php86,200). The 13.5 model behind at USD1,249.99 (around Php65,300), Envy x360 13 for USD899 (around Php46,900), Envy x360 15 for USD849 (around Php44,300), and the Envy 16 and 17 for USD1,399 (around Php73,100) and USD1,099 (around Php57,400), respectively. They are now available in the United States while release details in other markets are yet to be confirmed.