HP is trying something different from the latest convertible laptop and insists boldly "to reform the PC". Most laptops are housed in aluminum or plastic chassis, but HP Specter Folio is leather upholstery. This may seem like 2 in 1 of the market, but it is a bit different if you look at HP's Specter Folio.
HP creates a skeleton magnesium frame attached to the skin and combines it with a small motherboard to maximize the battery capacity of this device. HP claims autonomy up to 18 hours. Inside, there are 8 generations of Intel Core i7 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of SSD storage. HP uses a 13.3 inch FHD display equipped with the latest 1 W panel to maximize battery life. Also, 4K display options are available later this year.
This is a framework of Folio Specter that is really different. HP uses leather to make a folding device like a magazine. Also, since it includes backrests and seams, it looks like a book when closed. Mode change is also very transparent. You can use it in traditional laptop mode or pull the screen forward so that the multimedia mode with the keyboard covered on the screen can be done. The trackpad will stay on the front for navigating as needed without touching the screen. When entering the media mode, you can push the screen flat in the tablet mode.
HP's bold argument of "reforming PC" needs to be tested with speculation by Specter Folio, but I was impressed by the short-term device engineering last month. Since Microsoft unveiled the Windows 8 operating system, I am looking for a PC maker who is experimenting with a wild design, and there is no perfect 2-in-1 version yet. There is always compromise along the way …
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