You may have seen convertible laptops and AIO PCs but HP has raised the bar with its new 3-in-1 PC, named Spectre Fold. The newly unveiled PC is unlike anything the segment has witnessed, say the tech experts. While foldable phones are now catching up, foldable PCs are yet to go mainstream. Earlier, Asus and Lenovo launched a handful of foldable PCs but they were not so successful. With the Spectre Fold, HP is targeting niche users, those who want portability in a PC without compromising on performance and features.
The new Spectre Fold has a foldable inches display and a magnetically attached keyboard. You can use it as a tablet, laptop or even as a compact desktop, based on situations. There is an integrated kickstand. The 14-inch keyboard is compact but functional.
In laptop mode, it is positioned at the bottom screen section’s top. Unfurl it fully and the OLED touchscreen with an FHD+ resolution offers you a 17” display. It can be used as a big tablet too. You also get a stylus with the device and it gets charged automatically when attached to the side.
HP has designed the Spectre Fold amazingly thin. With the screen and keyboard bundled together, it still weighs 3.5 pounds. It is a premium PC, beyond doubt. Inside, there sits a beefy Intel Core i7-1250U processor with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, along with a 1TB SD. The price tag of $5,000 is a shocker though.