HP convertible Spectre X360 laptops come with a dedicated AI chip

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Amidst the tech deluge at CES 2024, we sift through the downpour to select only the finest for you. And, HP's latest convertible Spectre X360 laptop is catching our eye as a standout pick!

The duo comprises 14-inch and 16-inch laptop PCs fueled by Intel's Core Ultra processor, and optional NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 Laptop GPUs. They're also armed with a dedicated AI chip that introduces a walk-away lock and wake-on approach, privacy alerts to flag any prying eyes, and a smart screen dimmer that conserves power when you look away. Staying true to the lineup's tradition, these too maintain touch-screen support and a 360-degree rotation capability, transforming into tablets at your command.

HP claims that their 16-inch Spectre x360 hosts the biggest haptic touchpad ever seen on a Windows laptop. Both these models have a 2.8K OLED screen, IMAX Enhanced Certification, and ace support for variable refresh rate—auto-adjusting from 48Hz to 120Hz based on the content you're eyeballing. Automatic performance optimisation is also onboard, fine-tuning fan noise and temperature according to workload, battery status, and how your laptop's placed.

For audio, these laptops sport speakers fine-tuned by Poly, an audio company HP nabbed in 2022. The new Spectre x360 series also features a 9MP camera equipped with hardware-backed low light adjustment (ensuring you shine bright during video meetings.) Prices? The HP Spectre x360 14-inch 2-in-1 laptop starts at ₹1,64,999 while its 16-inch counterpart starts at ₹1,79,999.