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HP announces HP Spectre x360 15 at CES 2020

HP Spectre x360 15 front view
HP Spectre x360 15 front view (Image credit: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • HP announced the refreshed Spectre x360 15 at CES 2020.
  • The convertible laptop runs on 10th Gen Intel processors and the latest NVIDIA graphics.
  • The HP Spectre x360 15 is expected in March, starting at $1,600.

HP announced its most powerful Spectre yet at CES 2020, the HP Spectre x360 15. The convertible laptop runs on up to a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA's latest GeForce graphics. The laptop should be available with an NVIDIA MX chip for the U-series and NVIDIA GeForce graphics for the 45-watt CPU.The HP Spectre x360 15 is set to release in March 2020 and to start at $1,600.

HP's latest Spectre builds off the successful and well-received Spectre line, keeping the gem-cut design of previous models. It features either a 15.6-inch 4K OLED display or 4K IPS display with DCI-P3 color gamut range. HP reduced the top and bottom bezels of the laptop's display, yielding a device with a 90 percent screen-to-body ratio.

The Spectre x360 15 supports Wi-Fi 6, which delivers file transfer speeds almost three times faster than Wi-Fi 5, according to HP.

CategoryHP Spectre x360 15
Display15.6-inch 4K OLED
ProcessorUp to 10th Gen Intel Core i7
GraphicsLatest NVIDIA GeForce
2x Thunderbolt 3 USB-C
WebcamIR camera
AudioQuad-firing speakers
SecurityIR camera
Fingerprint reader
HP Webcam Kill Switch
Dedicated mute mic button
WirelessWi-Fi 6
Battery17 hours
Pen supportYes

HP built several security features into the Spectre x360 15, including an HP Webcam Kill Switch, a dedicated mute mic button, a fingerprint reader on the keyboard deck, and an IR camera.

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  • What kind of nVidia? Hope it isn't MX.
  • they'll have different version
    - intel U and nvidia MX
    - intel H and nvidia
  • The current MX cards kind of suck now relatively speaking; the new Amd apu is supposedly similar in performance and the iris pro is slower but not by huge margin. Kind of a bummer Nvidia waits so much on the competition before bringing serious updates to their entry gpu's. The H version is interesting though.
  • I hope it lasts better than my 7 month old one. One usb c thunderbolt port failed. Battery already down to a capacity of 92% of design.
  • You should contact customer support...
    They changed mine when technically they could have said get lost... I noticed an hairline crack on the screen after I received and registered it....
    Usually it's like phones if you take them out of the box and use them and the screen is cracked your are doomed...
    Very pleased with customer support on my side
  • you realize you're still under warranty right?