HP introduced a laptop that is somewhat thicker to put in 3 hours of battery life
When waiting for a company’s new product if we talk about laptops, the first thing that comes into our mind is that it’s somewhat thinner and easy to carry. But HP is implementing diverse approach and they are launching a laptop that is a new version of its 15.6-inch Spectre x360, its bit thinker and has 3 hours of battery life.
The dissimilarity between the latest x360 and the older x360, the thickness is minimal from 15.9mm to 17.8mm. Its Spectre is enlarged by 1.9mm but the company says that its battery is replaced by 23 percent from the older model. Furthermore the body of the laptop is slightly shrinking from 14.8 inches broad to 14 inches broad. The purpose of additional battery life is not to make it a long- lasting power device but somewhat to stabilize its battery. HP is going to sell 15.6 inch x360 with a 4k display in present year, and which has a requirement of additional power.
By adding the battery life, it allows the laptop to enhance the capacity from 9.5 hours estimated to the 4k version of 2016 model about 12 hours and 45 minutes meant for this model. Therefore it is boosted to 3 hours of battery life but it is somewhat matching with the previous model 1080p of Hp.
Moreover X360 is outfitted with intel’s kaby lake processor. It comprises of the following options: i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, and Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics. It is expected to be launched on February 26, 2017, HP’s latest Spectre x360 begins with the range of $1,278.