The new HP Spectre Folio comes with a very sleek and slim design but that is something that we have already seen on the market so what makes this device different from all the other thin and light notebooks? The simple answer is the materials that have been used. The HP Spectre Folio has been designed with leather and that sets it apart from the competition.
The leather looks great and it is something different. This is targeted at the business user and the design of the laptop is such that it is going to be an interesting conversations starter and it is going to be a head turner. You can check out some images of the HP Spectre Folio below:
The specs are pretty decent as well. It might be thin but that does not mean that the HP Spectre Folio is going to compromise on performance. When it comes to the display, you have the option of getting a 1080p display or you can upgrade to the 4K panel.
Other than that you have the option of getting either an i5-8200Y or i7-8500Y CPU. Both these CPUs are based on the 14nm process and feature 4 cores. The Core i5 model has a base clock of 1.3 GHz and can boost to 3.9GHz. The i7 model, on the other hand, has a boost clock of 1.5 GHz and can boost to 4.3 GHz.
The laptop has a 5W design and you can choose between 8 or 16 GB of RAM which runs at 1866 MHz. The storage options are between 256GB-2TB NVMe SSD. The more storage you get the more it is going to cost you. The laptop has its own WiFi but if you need connectivity on the go then you can opt to go with the LTE model that comes with the sim card option as well.
The base Core i5 model starts at $1299.99 and the base Core i7 model starts at $1499.99. For more information regarding the HP Spectre Folio stay tuned.
Let us know what you think about the HP Spectre Folio and whether or not you are interested in buying this laptop when it comes out in the upcoming few weeks.