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HP Introduces Spectre Folio From RM7,999 — The World’s First Leather Convertable PC

HP Introduces Spectre Folio From RM7,999 — The World’s First Leather Convertable PC

by Raja IdrisJune 13, 2019
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A fan of leather? You’ll be glad to know that HP has today launched their new HP Spectre Folio, the world’s first leather convertible PC.

HP Spectre Folio launches in Malaysia

The HP Spectre Folio is crafted from chrome-tanned genuine leather and can be folded to a viewing stance or even to a tablet form for easier editing on the laptop. They have claimed that the HP Spectre Folio’s battery can last up to 21 hours and it comes with an optional 4G (LTE) connectivity.

A closer look to the leather on the HP Spectre Folio

Interestingly, the laptop comes with a fanless design and it comes with HP Quad Speakers, HP Audio Boost and custom tuning by Bang & Olufsen so you can enjoy your audio when you watch videos or listen to your songs.

It also comes with HP Fast Charge, which is supposed to charge 50% of the HP Spectre Folio’s battery in just 30 minutes. A USB Type-C and two Thunderbolt port is also available, assuring fast transfer speeds.

You can even fully lay the display down to enter its tablet mode

As for specifications, it comes with either an Intel Core i7-8500Y or Core i5-8200Y that’s paired with Intel UHD Graphics 615. Display wise, it offers up to a 13.3″ 4K IPS WLED backlit touchscreen display. In terms of memory, it offers up to 16GB LPDDR3 RAM and up to 2TB of PCIe NVMe SSD.

You can get the HP Spectre Folio now starting from the price of RM7,999 in Cognac Brown.

Pokdepinion: Hmm, I’ll leave you to be judge of its price. Considering the specifications, it seems decent. I’m just worried about the leather though. You certainly don’t want to get anything to drop on it.

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.

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