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HP Specter Foldable, the super expensive 17-inch foldable notebook

HP Specter Foldable, the super expensive 17-inch foldable notebook

As if there weren’t already so many new things affecting the world of technology, something exceptional has arrived in the computer sector. HP in fact it presented a notebook that was futuristic to say the least. This is brand new Spectre Foldablecapable of being a true 3-in-1.

This foldable laptop can in fact become, as well as a portable PC, also a tablet and a desktop computer. It is certainly not the first of this kind given the proposals from Lenovo and Asus, but it is certainly the one that costs the most.

HP Specter Foldable, great specs but also a great price

HP Spectre Foldable

The new Foldable with magnesium alloy frame, which enriches HP’s historic Specter range, features a touch display OLED foldable with diagonal from 17.1 inches. The resolution is incredible: 2.5K at 2500 x 1920p, a feast for the eyes.

By keeping it open at 180°, therefore entirely, users will be able to deal with a real tablet. Instead, detaching the tastiera Bluetooth with which it is equipped and by opening the rear stand, it will transform into a desktop computer.

In laptop mode it will be different: the keyboard will in fact be placed on a part of the display, not using the rear stand. By choosing this solution, the screen will be reduced to 12.3 inchesleaving a small portion of the display available between the hinge and keyboard which can be used as a side-screen.

HP Spectre Foldable

On the hardware level, here is a processor Intel Core i7-1250U with a maximum frequency of 4,7 GHz, 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a SSD and 1 TB. There is no lack of connectivity with Bluetooth 5.3 e Wi-Fi 6 which accompanies 4 speakers, 2 Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports and a 5 MP IR webcam.

All beautiful, all performing, but are you ready for the price? In the United States, the only part of the world where it is currently available, the price is $4999.99. This is around 1500 and 2500 dollars more than the ASUS and Lenovo competitors.

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