HP's new Spectre Folio redefines the meaning of a 2-in-1 with a luxurious new experience, developed by "manucrafturing," HP says. Photo: HP
The new Spectre Folio from HP hides the smallest motherboard found in any 2-in-1 in the industry, to make its form factor smaller than ever. With a compact keyboard, it allows you to switch from a laptop to pure tablet mode using the keyboard as extra support. With maximum aspects at 16GB of RAM, 2TB SSD, and a 300-nits FHD display (you can opt for a lower power 1w 400-nits option.) Later in the year, a 4K UHD display will be available.
The Spectre also pacts a never before seen gigabyte class LTE intel based laptop. Which makes it more secure then public wifi hotspots. Boasting 18 hours of battery, it is the perfect device for traveling. With a starting price of $1,299 for the base line model and $1,499 for the LTE i7 model, this light device does not pack a light price. The outer of the device is encased in a all-leather case with accented stitching to create the full experience of luxury.
According to HP, "[Leather] is a durable material that provides a natural hinge and flexible chassis to enable a breakthrough new form factor." The leather also helps with converting to a tablet, allowing it to act as a "natural hinge" along with magnets to help keep it's secure grip. The luxury made laptop will be available later this year at the HP online store and in-stores.