We named HP’s Spectre x360 the best Windows laptop of 2016 which gives great performance and has an incredible battery life in a thin and light frame at a reasonable cost. When we looked into it back in December, however noticed that there wasn’t a high resolution display. That will change with a few new upgrades, as per Neowin.
The 13.3 inch models are currently accessible from Best Buy, which provides a 4k Ultra HD option that will cost you $1,600 (with 16GB RAM and 512 storage), while models with the current screen resolution will sell for $1,199 (8GB RAM, 256GB storage) and $1,350 (16GB RAM, 512GB storage). The three revitalized models likewise come with a dynamic pen.
This pricing is intriguing in light of the fact that the new Spectre x360 15, which accompanies a bigger 15.6-inch, 4K UHD display, bigger battery, and Nvidia GeForce GTX 940MX design is priced at $1,500 for the 16GB/512GB model. Cost could be adjusted later on — it doesn’t make sense that the 13.3-inch variant would cost more than the 15.6-inch form with very similar specs.
Regardless, the move up to 4K UHD and the addition of a active pen alternative essentially enhances the Spectre x360 13 and likely makes it one of the main Windows 10 2-in-1 choices accessible today.