Bengaluru: HP’s latest thin-and-light notebook — Spectre x360, powered by the Intel Core Ultra processor with a dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU) to handle AI workloads will be available for purchase starting today. The latest HP Spectre laptops also offer several AI features like automatic framing, background blur, and the ability to maintain eye contact with the NPU, which was launched in select markets back in January.
The HP Spectre x360 14-inch and the Spectre x360 16-inch are priced at Rs 1,64,999, and Rs 1,79,999, respectively. Both variants will be available for purchase via various offline and online stores starting today.
The latest notebooks by HP are powered by up to Intel Core Ultra 7 processor, which either includes a 14 or 16-inch OLED screen with a 360-degree hinge, offering up to 2.8K resolution screen with 120Hz refresh rate, and IMAX Enhanced Certification for enhanced content consumption experience with support for touch input. The laptop also offers at least 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of PCIe Gen4-based SSD.
These laptops are meant for content creators and the high-end model includes NVIDIA RTX 4050 mobile graphics card with Studio drivers. Additionally, these laptops also include integrated Arc graphics, the most powerful GPU from Intel. As per the software, these laptops ship with the latest generation of Windows 11 OS with support for GPT-powered Copilot.
The HP Spectre x360 is also the first consumer-grade laptop to come equipped with a speaker setup, tuned by Poly and the 16-inch variant has the largest haptic touchpad on a 16-inch Windows notebook. Brands like Asus and Acer have also recently launched Intel Core Ultra-powered laptops in the country.