The Limited Edition HP Spectre x360 gets Intel Skylake chips and more

HP Spectre x360
HP Spectre x360

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.

Source: HP (opens in new tab)

John Callaham
  • What a beauty ❤
  • Dude that ugly bezel at the bottom of the screen is hideous and ruins that notebook.
  • After seeing the Microsoft Surface Book, everything else seems a bit mundane little less lust worthy.
  • There are some of us limited by our budgets. However, I have to agree with you. I'm saving up for the Surface Book. I may have to skip a phone bill.... Or 2 :-)
  • Arrrggghhh, one of my pet hates!! It's either new or it's improved. It cant be both. Nice bit of kit though ;)
  • I'm feeling serious buyers remorse -- bought this laptop only four months ago. Would love the skylake chips and the dark aluminum looks great. Oh well.
  • Same here.....might be seeing mine on eBay soon.
  • is that gold? 0-0
  • Ash Silver with Copper accented ​
  • so they didnt add a realsense camera?
  • This was the laptop I wanted before the Surface Book was released