The HP Spectre x360 launched earlier in 2015 and the convertible notebook highly impressed us at that time. Now HP is launching a new and improved Limited Edition version of the Spectre x360 with some updated hardware.
Inside, the Limited Edition HP Spectre x360 will now have Intel's 6th-generation "Skylake" Core processors, which allow the notebook to have a longer battery life of up to 15 hours. The 3.2-pound notebook still has a hinge on its 13.3-inch display that allows it to rotate 360 degrees. The limited edition verison will also come with Bang & Olufsen speakers and new Ash Silver and Copper color accents.
The Limited Edition HP Spectre x360 goes on sale November 8 with a starting price of $1,299.99. You can get the regular version of the notebook, now also with the new Intel "Skylake" chips, for the starting price of $799.