HP Spectre Folio design

HP couple of days ago announced a Windows 10 device which looks and works like a laptop but is unique since the device aims at reinventing PCs. The company unveiled the world’s first leather convertible PC, Spectre Folio.

The Spectre Folio comes with a full leather design and is the world’s first-gigabyte dual sim device announced by HP. The device features an optional nano-SIM slot under the display and a digital eSIM to connect to cellular networks.

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The other features include a fanless design with support for 18 hours of battery life. The new device from HP as confirmed is almost flawless and has a 4G LTE connectivity option.

The device sports an 8GB of RAM with 256GB of SSD storage and comes with a Full HD display of 13.3-inch variant. HP has also used Intel’s 1W panel to make sure that the device provides maximum battery life to users.

HP also announced that the dual sim device will be available on the company’s website and Best Buy. The device comes with Microsoft’s latest version Windows 10 out of the box. The price for an Intel Core i5 processor has been fixed at $1,299 and a Core i7 processor device comes for a price tag of $1,399.

Users also have an option of another variant of the Core i7 processor which comes with LTE connectivity and has been priced at $1,499. If you are looking to buy the new dual sim device from HP, then the device is currently available for purchase on the company’s website.

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akshay Waghray

Akshay Waghray is a technology news reporter at Windows Latest and his area of expertise include Windows Phone. Articles contributed by Akshay have been referred by big publications such as Future Inc, Purge, and others over the years.