September 17, 2023 at 9:15 p.m. by Rhonda Bachmann – HP recently introduced the latest device in its Specter series. The Specter Foldable PC, which has a foldable display, is intended to offer users three different types of operation. The PC is expected to be released first in the US in October. The device will also be made available in other countries in the fall.
HP recently introduced the Specter Foldable PC, touted as the world’s smallest and thinnest 17-inch foldable PC. HP describes its new PC as a 3-in-1 device that can be used in three different ways. This also costs the company a lot. The Specter Foldable will first release in the US in October, priced at $4,999.99.
Foldable PC can be operated in three ways
The HP Specter Foldable PC, which is said to be slimmer than a pencil when unfolded, is only offered in one configuration. The device features a 17-inch OLED display with a foldable screen and touchscreen. The small PC is also equipped with an Intel Core i7-1250U and Intel Iris Xe graphics. The memory uses 16 gigabytes of LPDDR5-5200 RAM and the hard drive uses a 1 terabyte PCIe Gen 4 NVMe.
The HP Specter Foldable PC can function as a 12.3-inch laptop that has the options of one and a half screen or dual-screen functionality as an advanced mode. Alternatively, the device can also be used as a 17-inch tablet or as a desktop PC. With the latter option, an integrated stand can be folded out of the display and, alternatively, the keyboard can also be removed.
“Consumers are demanding more flexibility to connect, work and play beyond what a traditional laptop can provide,” said Jo Tan, senior vice president & division president of Personal Systems Consumer Solutions, HP Inc. “We are pleased to introduce the HP Specter Foldable PC, which seamlessly adapts to diverse ways of working with a unique, rugged form factor that pushes the boundaries of design and technology.”
Quelle: HP, Tom’s Hardware