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HP's Spectre x360 with the gorgeous OLED display is now available

The HP Spectre x360 with OLED display can now be purchased from the company's online store. Configuration options are available (opens in new tab) for purchasers to create their ideal laptop before checking out. The 13.3-inch Windows 10 device can be kitted out with a QHD (2560 x 1440) UWVA BrightView OLED-backlit, multitouch-enabled, edge-to-edge glass display. Should you wish to enjoy 4K, you'll need to go for the 15.6-inch variant.

Other options on HP's website include the ability to upgrade to more advanced Intel Core i7 CPUs with enhanced graphics, up to 16GB of RAM, and even bump up the internal storage to 1TB. Instead of paying the base price of $1,499, you can easily bump up the price to around $2,250. The Spectre x360 is a superb laptop with options to better future proof your investment.

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Thanks Latiff for the tip!

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

9 Comments
  • Meanwhile, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga's OLED is STILL not available, after being announced in January, promised for April...and nothing but silence from Lenovo. Nice job, HP!
  • It's supply issues. Neither HP nor Lenovo makes those OLED displays; it's very likely LG, and some companies get first dibs. I mean, there's a reason why we suddenly saw an uptick of OLED display announcements in January all with the same timeframe for release.
  • Dan is correct. If you remember the timeframe for OLED PC devices (from both HP and Lenovo at CES), was April 2016. It appears that the supplier (LG as mentioned abpve) either underestimated orders, and or had quality issues with the high res screens in the 13-14 inch size. If this is the case, it would not be a stretch to understand why there were no OLED PC devices at the recently concluded Computex event. Either way, I wouldnt't buy until someone gives it a thorough review (my preffered ultrabook reviewer is Lisa over at MobileTechReview).    
  • What's to wait for? Standard Intel innards.  LG are the OLED leaders so I doubt there would be anything "bad" about the screen tech. 
  • Apple will have to run for its money.
     
  • But when can I get a nice OLED monitor? :(
  • Am I wrong to be disappointed that there are no USB Type C ports on the 13" version?  No Windows Hello? Eric
  • It's a decent laptop but it doesn't have either. Not having USB-C doesn't make any difference to me though I would be annoyed if the USB sockets were less than USB 3.0. Biggest concern is build quality - there's movement on the left hinge on my x360 that simply shouldn't be there and concerns me that it may eventually give way.
  • Thought this was just a 007 promo