HP Spectre 13-3010dx Charge Port Replacement
This guide will help you fix your faulty charge port. Make sure you are wearing the Anti-Static Wrist Strap and remove the battery before beginning this guide to avoid any damage to your computer.
What you need
Step 1 removal of the back case.
Put on Anti Static Wrist Strap.
It is always a good idea to ground yourself when working with electronics to prevent static buildup. You wear this strap to protect you and your device from accidental electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage during repairs.]
Flip Computer Upside down.
Unscrew the eight 3.3mm black screws on the back casing with the T4 Torx Screwdriver.
Use the plastic opening tool to lift the back case off.
Use the plastic opening tools first; metal spudgers can damage your device.
Step 3 Battery
Remove the six 2.0mm silver screws and the two 3.2 mm black screws using the PH00 Phillips Screw Head.
Gently unplug from CONO851 plug, using the plastic opening tool.
Gently lift up the battery and remove using the plastic opening tools.
Step 6 Charge Port
Remove the two 2.0 mm screws in the charge port bracket using the PH00 screw head.
Use the plastic opening tools to remove the bracket.
Lift out and disconnect the charge port.
To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
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USB-C Thunderbolt 3 port not working HP Spectre x360 15-df0322ng
The rear USB-C Thunderbolt 3 Port of my HP Spectre x360 15-df0322ng suddenly stopped working. Basic USB-C functionality like connecting my smartphone still works, but I cannot connect my monitor or keyboard via the HP Spectre USB-C travel dock anymore. The LED of the dock does not light up either.
The other USB-C port is still working fine (dock LED is on even if PC is turned off and all connected periphery is working fine).
Neither restarting nor updating drivers (Windows 10) and BIOS did the trick so far.
2 Answers 2
- Turn off the system
- Press and hold Windows + B + Power button for at least 5 seconds
Some forums suggested to turn off the system and then just press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds which did not work for me. Adding Windows + B did the trick! The shortcut is said to reset the embedded controller. The dock's LED immediately turned on and upon booting everything worked fine again.
I had the same issue. After several attempts suggested by the HP SUPPORT (reinstall drivers, bios, and even the operating system!) they gave me the correct procedure. You can find it in this post in the HP community:"External monitor not working with thunderbolt connector". However I report it below:
You need to go to the device manager, then Graphic cards, and choose the one related to the external monitor (in my case the NVIDIA one). Right click, properties, details, GUID class, and take note of the code.
Now enter the REGEDIT and enter the following directory: \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\
finally choose the folder with the same name of the code you took note befeore, then choose folder 0002 and set the RMEnablePhyRepeater entry to 1 (in my case it was set to 0). Shut down the laptop and switch it on. That's it!
- This also fixed it for me on an HP Omen 15. Tried the hold power button trick which seems to work with other HP devices, but this fix worked. Note that the 0002 may not necessarily match with what's on your system. In my case, it was folder 0000 so just find the key and change the value and reboot. Saved me a lot of angst! – Charles Chen Feb 25, 2021 at 17:03
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- HP Spectre x360 14 (2024)
New Intel silicon burnishes one of the best, slickest 2-in-1 laptops
- Gorgeous OLED touch screen
- Impressive productivity performance
- Lengthy battery life
- Elegant design
- World-class webcam
- Expensive when fully loaded
- No SD/microSD card slot or cellular internet
- No HDMI port (two USB-C docks included)
- No internal pen storage
The Spectre x360 is HP's flagship consumer convertible laptop and a multiple Editors' Choice award winner. (HP is also PCMag's 2023 Readers' Choice award winner for 2-in-1 laptops.) For 2024, it gets Intel's new don't-say-14th-Gen Core Ultra processor architecture and switches back from a 13.5-inch, 3:2 aspect ratio display to a 14-inch, 16:10 ratio panel, but it hasn't really changed much—it remains a sleek and light 2-in-1 that stands out for build quality, versatility, and productivity. The latest Spectre isn't cheap: It starts at $1,499.99 and costs $1,969.99 as tested, with 32GB of memory and 2TB of storage. Regardless, the latest HP Spectre x360 14 easily earns another Editors' Choice nod as a premium convertible status symbol.
Design and Configurations: Cutting Corners in an Attractive Way
As before, HP sells the Spectre x360 2-in-1 in 14- and 16-inch screen sizes, the latter a potent desktop replacement that's too hefty to be more than occasionally useful in tablet mode. The 14-inch model satisfies sketchers and note-takers with a rechargeable stylus that sticks magnetically to the laptop's side. (You'll find no garage or niche to store the pen internally.)
While base models get by with an Intel Core Ultra 5 125H chip, our loaded review unit flaunts a Core Ultra 7 155H (six Performance cores, eight standard, and two low-power Efficient cores; 22 threads), with a clock speed varying from 1.4GHz to 4.8GHz and Intel Arc integrated graphics. It's teamed with 32GB of memory, a 2TB NVMe solid-state drive, Windows 11 Pro, and a 2,880-by-1,800-pixel OLED touch screen with dynamic 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rate. An HP.com Core Ultra 7 config with a less extravagant 16GB of memory and 1TB SSD is $1,649.99.
Available in Slate Blue or Sahara Silver as well as our system's Nightfall Black, the Spectre measures 0.67 by 12.4 by 8.7 inches. HP brags that its aluminum lid and keyboard deck are 90% recycled, and its plastic keycaps and the scissor mechanisms beneath are 50% recycled. Thin bezels (HP quotes an 89% screen-to-body ratio) surround the display. You'll feel virtually no flex if you grasp the screen corners or press the keyboard deck. The F2 key serves as a webcam privacy shutter.
The HP is slightly too heavy for ultraportable status at 3.19 pounds, but actually a tad trimmer than the company's non-convertible HP Pavilion Plus 14 (0.74 by 12.4 by 8.9 inches). Its archrival, the Lenovo Yoga 9i Gen 8 , is barely larger (0.6 by 12.5 by 9.1 inches) and a tad lighter (3.09 pounds).
More monochromatic than its brass-accented predecessors, the 2024 Spectre x360 keeps the signature sleek styling with diagonal-cut rear corners that hold ports (an audio jack at left and a Thunderbolt 4/USB4 port at right). A second USB4 port is nearby on the right side, with a drop-jaw USB Type-A port on the left.
You'll find no onboard HDMI port for an external monitor, but the Spectre comes with two USB-C mini docks or dongles, one with just an HDMI port and another with HDMI, two USB-A, and one USB-C. The AC adapter has a USB-C connector. Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth handle wireless connectivity.
Using the HP Spectre x360 14: Always Look Your Best
Videoconferencers will find the Spectre's webcam is exceptional, with 9-megapixel resolution (videos up to 4K or 2160p) and images that are remarkably bright and colorful with no noise or static. The myHP software lets you blur or replace the background. This tool can also make backlight and low-light adjustments as well as handle tone and appearance enhancement—in addition to the ability to tag-team a second USB webcam if you move around a lot. It can also capture PDFs and perform keystone correction to help you read tilted whiteboards. HP Enhanced Lighting puts a white border around the screen to mimic a ring light.
The webcam supports Windows Hello face recognition, joining the fingerprint reader built into the power button to give you two ways to skip typing passwords. An HP Command Center utility not only provides familiar smart features such as locking the system if you walk away and waking it on return, but lets you pause and resume video play with a wave of your hand and can warn you if you're logging too much screen time or put your eyes too close to the display.
Speaking of the display, it's like some other recent HP laptops in being IMAX Enhanced, which is less impressive than it sounds: You'll see a few more pixels at the top and bottom of Marvel movies on Disney+, for example. Regardless, this is a crisp, bright, and beautiful screen, with sky-high contrast and rich, vivid colors. Fine details are razor-sharp, and viewing angles are wide. Photos and videos look amazing, and text pops on white backgrounds. myHP lets you toggle among HDR and manual sRGB, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3, and native screen modes.
The 5.5-inch pen's sliding top reveals its USB-C charging port. The stylus has 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity and two buttons, which the myHP utility lets you reprogram from the eraser function and right-click to other functions, such as taking screenshots, basic media controls, or opening new browser tabs. The pen keeps up with my fastest swoops and scribbles with effective palm rejection.
Sound from the two top-firing tweeters and two front-firing woofers isn't deafening but loud enough to fill a modest room. Tuned by the conferencing-oriented Poly Studio (a.k.a. Plantronics) instead of HP's audiophile contractor Bang & Olufsen, sound is nevertheless clean and crisp; you'll hear minimal bass but you can make out overlapping tracks. The myHP software provides music, movie, and voice presets and an equalizer, and the Start menu adds DTS:X and DTS Headphone:X enhancements.
The backlit keyboard commits the common sin of pairing the Fn key with the cursor arrows instead of providing real Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down keys; it also commits HP's eternal sin of stacking hard-to-hit, half-height up and down arrow keys between full-size left and right ones in a clumsy row instead of the proper inverted T. The keyboard's typing feel is shallow but comfortably snappy and responsive.
HP's buttonless touchpad has a short, stiff click but taps and glides smoothly. It's large enough to take advantage of a myHP option that turns its left and right edges into vertical haptic sliders for screen brightness and audio volume, respectively.
Testing the HP Spectre x360 14: Intel Core Ultra 7 FTW
As a premium 2-in-1, the Lenovo Yoga 9i is the most obvious comparison for our benchmark charts. Dell contributes 14-inch convertibles from opposite ends of the price spectrum, the under-$800 Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1 and $3,000 corporate-centric Dell Latitude 9440 2-in-1 . The last spot goes to the MSI Stealth 14 Studio , a clamshell in the HP's price bracket with a game-worthy Nvidia GeForce GPU instead of integrated graphics.
We run the same general productivity benchmarks across both mobile and desktop systems. Our first test is UL's PCMark 10, which simulates a variety of real-world productivity and office workflows to measure overall system performance and also includes a storage subtest for the primary drive.
Three other benchmarks focus on the CPU, using all available cores and threads, to rate a PC's suitability for processor-intensive workloads. Maxon's Cinebench R23 uses that company's Cinema 4D engine to render a complex scene, while Geekbench 5.4 Pro from Primate Labs simulates popular apps ranging from PDF rendering and speech recognition to machine learning. Finally, we use the open-source video transcoder HandBrake 1.4 to convert a 12-minute video clip from 4K to 1080p resolution (lower times are better).
Finally, we run PugetBench for Photoshop by workstation maker Puget Systems, which uses the Creative Cloud version 22 of Adobe's famous image editor to rate a PC's performance for content creation and multimedia applications. It's an automated extension that executes a variety of general and GPU-accelerated Photoshop tasks ranging from opening, rotating, resizing, and saving an image to applying masks, gradient fills, and filters.
The MSI's 45-watt (W) processor topped the HP's 28W chip in our CPU tests, but the Spectre's performance impressed regardless, with the new Intel Core Ultra 7 mostly landing between the chipmaker's previous-generation Core i7 and Core i9. It's no CGI-rendering or dataset-crunching workstation, but it's more than muscular enough for productivity and creativity tasks.
We test Windows PC graphics with two DirectX 12 gaming simulations from UL's 3DMark, Night Raid (more modest, suitable for laptops with integrated graphics) and Time Spy (more demanding, suitable for gaming rigs with discrete GPUs).
Additionally, we run two tests from the cross-platform GPU benchmark GFXBench 5, which stresses both low-level routines like texturing and high-level, game-like image rendering. The 1440p Aztec Ruins and 1080p Car Chase tests, rendered offscreen to accommodate different display resolutions, exercise graphics and compute shaders using the OpenGL programming interface and hardware tessellation respectively. The more frames per second (fps), the better.
The Stealth's GeForce discrete GPU blew away the other laptops' integrated graphics. In other news, water is wet. Casual gamers and perhaps content creators will be happy to see the new Intel Arc Graphics are a noticeable step up from the last generation, however.
Battery and Display Tests
We test laptop battery life by playing a locally stored 720p video file (the open-source Blender movie Tears of Steel ) with display brightness at 50% and audio volume at 100%. We make sure the battery is fully charged before the test, with Wi-Fi and keyboard backlighting turned off.
Additionally, we also use a Datacolor SpyderX Elite monitor calibration sensor and its Windows software to measure a laptop screen's color saturation—what percentage of the sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3 color gamuts or palettes the display can show—and its 50% and peak brightness in nits (candelas per square meter).
The high-powered MSI's sins caught up with it, presenting wretched battery life in our video rundown, while the Spectre x360 led the way with swell unplugged stamina. The HP's display also dazzles with color matched only by the OLED Lenovo, though the Stealth's top-quality IPS panel comes close, and it emits ample brightness (OLED technology is generally worth about 100 IPS nits).
Verdict: One of 2024's Top-Tier 2-in-1s
We wish it cost a couple of hundred bucks less, but the 2024 HP Spectre x360 14 easily repeats as an Editors' Choice award recipient. We'd like to see a few minor complaints addressed next time, like a media card slot and somewhere to store the stylus, but these aren't deal-breakers here, especially thanks to the included accessories. All told, this may be the best consumer convertible you can buy so far this year—we'll hold off on making that call until we see more Intel Core Ultra-generation 2-in-1 laptops—but either way it's an excellent choice for grab-and-go productivity and versatility.
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- Experience your newest personalized companion with HP Spectre x360 laptops , the world’s most adaptive PCs with built-in AI technology, 1 the world’s most advanced convertible PCs for collaboration, 2 and the world’s largest haptic touchpad for a Windows-based 16-inch PC. 3
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“We believe that the best innovations are also the most personal ones,” said Samuel Chang, Senior Vice President & Division President of Personal Systems Consumer Solutions, HP Inc. “New technologies from HP deliver solutions that allow us to be more personalized than ever, taking advantage of game-changing innovations like AI that will alter the way that technology moves us forward.”
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- A PC That Adapts to You : A 9 MP camera with hardware-enabled low-light adjustment for clear calls day or night; a dedicated AI chip that delivers built-in security features including walk away lock, wake on approach, and privacy alerts to warn you of snooping eyes; adaptive screen adjustments like a screen dimmer when you look away to save power and variable refresh rate for immersive performance and power efficiency; 4 and, automatic performance optimization that adjusts fan noise and temperatures based on applications being used, placement of the laptop, and battery status.
- Powerful AI Technology : Three engines (CPU, GPU, and NPU) across Intel® Core™ Ultra 5 processors and optional NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 4050 Laptop GPUs offer some of the most exciting technology available today to perform a variety of local AI workloads like photo and video editing for faster, more efficient content creation and collaboration.
- Advanced Collaboration: The latest Spectre laptops are the first consumer devices to feature audio tuning by Poly. Poly brings decades of audio tuning experience to these devices, delivering the best voice clarity and remarkable sound. Further enhance calls and video with Windows Studio effects, 6 which offloads AI features like automatic framing, background blur, and the ability to maintain eye contact onto the NPU for engaging connections.
- Picture Perfect Views: The latest Spectre laptops offer the world’s most immersive experience display, 7 with up to a 2.8K OLED 8 screen for sharper images and more vibrant colors, along with an IMAX Enhanced Certification 9 for watching movies. The 16:10 aspect ratio 10 allows you to view more content, and the display can adjust from 48 Hz to 120 Hz based on the type of content you are viewing.
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HP is also introducing new peripherals to adapt to your everyday digital experiences. Whether you're an avid music lover, a tech-savvy professional, or simply someone who appreciates comfort and efficiency in your everyday interactions, HP’s range of products adapts to a broad spectrum of needs and lifestyles.
Designed for those on the go, the Poly Voyager Free 20 wireless earbuds deliver powerful sound and style. Whether listening to music or taking a call, these earbuds come equipped with hybrid adaptive active noise canceling (ANC) to filter out ambient noise, so you never miss a beat. Poly’s legendary audio and intelligent noise reduction enable you to speak confidently, knowing you will be heard with total clarity on every call. Plus, you can power through your day with up to eight hours of listening time expected on the earbuds, 11 and a portable Qi charging case that extends earbud battery life by 2.5 times. 12 To enhance your comfort and overall listening experience, the Poly Lens Mobile App offers a personalized fit test with recommendations for the ideal ear tip size.
Experience a seamless blend of comfort and customization with the HP 960 Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard, the world’s most versatile ergonomic split wireless keyboard. 13 Designed with a split-zone layout, it adapts to your typing style, while the 20 programmable keys 14 and a separate numeric keypad take customization to the next level. The keyboard offers Bluetooth® and dongle connectivity, ensuring you have the right tools for any task. Beyond enhancing your well-being, it also helps protect our shared future. This keyboard contains 50% post-consumer recycled materials 15 and its external packaging is sustainably sourced. 16
Additional peripherals designed to enhance your digital experience include:
- HP 690 Rechargeable Wireless Mouse : Introducing the world's first Qi-charging Bluetooth® mouse with six or more programmable buttons, 17 enabling you to connect wirelessly with ease. Personalize your productivity through the HP Accessory Center App.
- HP 430 Programmable Wireless Keypad : Experience the world’s most customizable Bluetooth® mechanical keypad. 18 Its compact and portable design makes it an ideal travel companion.
- HP USB-C Travel Hub G3 : Add five essential ports to your notebook with this compact mobile hub, including one USB-C port®, two USB-A ports, and an HDMI port. It offers scalable power delivery and plug-and-play connectivity across almost any device. 19
- HP 400 Backlit Wired Keyboard : Simplify your workspace with this spill-resistant and sanitizable keyboard. 20 It comes with a USB-C® cord and USB-A adapter for easy connectivity.
Series 5 Displays
HP is reimagining its consumer displays lineup with its first HP Series 5 Monitors. Available in 24-, 27-, and 32- models, these displays now offer a 1500:1 contrast ratio and enhanced 100Hz refresh rates. 21 Along with their thin and light design, effortlessly connect to multiple devices with an added HDMI port. The displays’ unifying design with ultra-thin bezels and integrated cable management easily allows connections of multiple monitors for a seamless look and feel.
HP Series 5 Monitors
Pricing and Availability 22
- The HP Spectre x360 14 inch 2-in-1 Laptop PC is available now at HP.com for a starting price of $1,499.99. The device is also available at BestBuy.com.
- The HP Spectre x360 16 inch 2-in-1 Laptop PC is available now at HP.com for a starting price of $1,599.99. The device is also available at BestBuy.com.
- The Poly Voyager Free 20 wireless earbuds are expected to be available in May 2024 for $149.00.
- The HP 960 Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard is expected to be available in April on HP.com for $119.00.
- The HP 690 Rechargeable Wireless Mouse is available now on HP.com for $59.99.
- The HP USB-C Travel Hub G3 is expected to be available in late February on HP.com for $69.99.
- The HP 430 Programmable Wireless Keypad is available now at HP.com for $49.99.
- The HP 400 Backlit Wired Keyboard is available now on HP.com for $49.99.
- The HP Series 5 Displays are expected to be available in Spring 2024 at HP.com. Pricing will be shared closer to availability.
For more information about the HP at CES 2024, including OMEN and HyperX news, please visit the HP Press Center .
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1 HP internal analysis based on all Windows-based laptop PCs in the market as of Jan 2024. Most adaptive is a combination of AI features including Smart Sense, 9MP camera with hardware-enabled Low Light Adjustment, dedicated AI chip for Walk Away Lock, Wake on Approach, Privacy Alert, Auto Screen Dimming, and UBRR (user-based refresh rate), plus variable refresh rate which automatically adjusts the laptop’s refresh rate from between 48Hz to 120Hz based on user behavior and/or application used or viewed.
2 HP internal analysis based on all convertible PCs in the market as of Jan 2024. Most advanced is a combination of overall features including high resolution 9MP camera with night mode built into the hardware; HP Presence 2.0 which includes 5MP camera and above, Auto Frame, Backlight adjustment/Low light adjustment, AI noise removal, Dynamic voice levelling, Multi-Camera, Keystone, Background adjustment (blur or customize background); AI Privacy Alert; and audio tuning by Poly Studio. Collaborating in Hybrid life is a flexible computing model that supports a blend of in-office, remote, at home, and on-the-go computing.
3 HP internal analysis based on all Windows-based 16'' convertible PCs in the market as of Jan 2024. Haptic touch pad of 160mm x 100mm.
4 All performance specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP's component manufacturers; actual performance may vary, either higher or lower
5 Available only on Evo designed products. Multi-core is designed to improve performance of certain software products. Not all customers or software applications will necessarily benefit from use of this technology. Performance and clock frequency will vary depending on application workload and your hardware and software configurations. Intel’s numbering is not a measurement of higher performance.
6 Windows Studio Effects (background blur, eye contact, and automatic framing) are hardware dependent and require a qualified Neural Processing Unit (NPU).
7 HP internal analysis based on all laptop PCs in the market as of Jan 2024. Most immersive experience display is a combination of IMAX Enhanced Certification, OLED panel, Variable Refresh Rate, which automatically adjusts the laptop’s refresh rate from between 48Hz to 120Hz based on user behavior and/or application used or viewed, 2.8K resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio, at least 89% screen-to-body ratio.
8 2.8k content required to view 2.8k images.
9 Disney+ subscription required. Expanded aspect ratio feature now available on Disney+, additional IMAX Enhanced features coming soon. Must be 18+ to subscribe.
10 All performance specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP's component manufacturers; actual performance may vary, either higher or lower.
11 Based on preliminary testing actual battery life will vary with use and environmental conditions. The maximum capacity of battery will naturally decrease with time and usage.
12 Charge case provides approximately 2.5 times additional battery life for the earbuds before needing to be recharged. Based on preliminary testing battery capacity will naturally decrease with shelf life, time, usage, environment, temperature, system configuration, loaded apps, features, power management settings and other factors.
13 Based on separated numpad for use on left or right side of keyboard as of December 4, 2023, with software for customizable programmable keys, multi-connectivity (2.4G dongle or Bluetooth®).
14 Based on cordless keyboards marketed as ergonomic with split left and right keys. Only select keys are programmable on the keyboard, not on the numpad. Requires HP Accessory Center (HPAC) Software. HPAC is available for free download in Microsoft Store or Apple Store.
15 Recycled plastic content percentage is based on the definition set in the IEEE 1680.1-2018 EPEAT standard.
16 External packaging supplied by Forest Stewardship Council certified vendors.
17 Based on HP’s internal analysis of Bluetooth® mice with (No RGB lighting and Sensitivity <5000 Dpi) and charge using Qi as of December, 2023. Requires HP Accessory Center (HPAC) Software. HPAC available for free download in Microsoft Store or Apple Store.
18 Based on Bluetooth® keypads with Macropad and Numpad as of Dec. 2023. Most customizable based on 9 or more programmable keys, swappable keycaps and transparent keycaps that allow customer number or lettering.
19 Supports Windows 10, Windows 11, ChromeOS, Android, MacOS®, and iPadOS.
20 Select household wipes can be safely used up to 1,000 wipes. See wipe manufacturer’s instructions for disinfecting and the HP cleaning guide for HP tested wipe solutions at How to Clean Your HP Device Whitepaper .
21 All performance specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP's component manufacturers; actual performance may vary either higher or lower.
22 Pricing and availability are subject to change.
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HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs Dell XPS 16 (2024): Convertible versatility or raw power?
The Spectre x360 16 (2024) is a sleek and versatile convertible, while the XPS 16 brings raw performance for power users. Which is best for you?
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024)
Great for more casual users
HP's Spectre x360 16 for 2024 has a more traditional keyboard and touchpad setup, built into a versatile and premium convertible chassis. It lacks some of the high-end performance hardware available in the XPS 16, but it has its own share of perks that should make it more appealing to casual PC users just dipping their toes into specialized work.
- 9MP webcam, quad speakers, Wi-Fi 7
- Versatile and premium convertible design
- More traditional keyboard and touchpad
- Not as many high-end performance options
- No 4K display
Dell XPS 16
The right choice for power users
The XPS 16 (2024) generally costs more than the Spectre x360, but it's the more futuristic choice for those who crave power. It has many more performance hardware options, it has a 4K OLED display, and its futuristic design is unlike most other Windows laptops (for better or for worse). If you're a power user, this is the way to go.
- More performance hardware options, larger battery
- Up to a 4K OLED display
- Quad speakers, microSD card reader
- Webcam is only 1080p
- Generally costs more than the Spectre x360
- Not everyone likes the touch functions and gapless keyboard
HP and Dell have both been busy showing off new hardware at CES 2024, and we have now seen a refreshed 16-inch HP Spectre x360 and a brand new XPS 16 model from Dell for 2024 . Whereas the Spectre x360 16 is a refresh, Dell's 16-inch XPS is a first, essentially replacing the XPS 17 that has been on the market for years.
These two laptops share a lot despite one being a convertible with 360-degree hinges and the other a clamshell with standard notebook design. They both have Intel's new Core Ultra processors (CPU) , they're available with discrete GPUs, and they have some impressive 16-inch displays.
I've put together this comparison to help you weigh the similarities and differences between these two great laptops . They don't come cheap, and you'll want to be sure you're spending on the right device. Is the Spectre x360 16 or the XPS 16 the right laptop for you?
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs. Dell XPS 16 (2024): Price, specs, & availability
HP's Spectre x360 16, announced at CES 2024, is already available to buy at HP's website. It's expected that sales will branch out over time to third-party retailers, but for now, HP is your best bet. Models are customizable, with prices starting at about $1,600 for an Intel Core Ultra 7 155H CPU, integrated Intel Arc graphics, 16GB of RAM, 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, and QHD+ touch display.
Taking the configuration all the way to a Core Ultra 7 155H CPU with discrete Nvidia RTX 4050 Laptop GPU, 32GB of RAM, and 2TB SSD bumps the price up to about $2,170. It's important to note that the 2.8K OLED display is not available with the discrete RTX GPU. A model with the same CPU, integrated Arc graphics, 32GB of RAM, 2TB SSD, and the OLED screen costs about $2,100.
The XPS 16, set to replace the XPS 17, is expected to start at a lower price than its predecessor.
Dell's XPS 16 is expected to start at about $1,900, presumably for a model with Intel Core Ultra 7 155H CPU, Intel Arc integrated GPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and 16.3-inch FHD+ non-touch display.
Dell's spec sheet lists up to a Core Ultra 9 185H CPU, 64GB of RAM, 4TB SSD, discrete Nvidia RTX 4070 Laptop GPU, and UHD+ OLED display. It's not yet clear how much this high-end model will cost. Dell says the XPS 16, along with its XPS 13 and XPS 14 siblings, will be "available soon."
Here's a closer look at the specs available in these awesome 16-inch laptops , as provided by each manufacturer.
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs. Dell XPS 16 (2024): Convertible or clamshell?
Dell revamped its entire XPS lineup for 2024, and the XPS 13, 14, and 16 now all resemble the futuristic XPS 13 Plus that Dell offered for a few years (now folded into the "standard" XPS 13 model). That means there's no longer a visible touchpad, with the haptic sensors hidden below a seamless glass palmrest. The function row above the keyboard is also touch, and the entire laptop is made from CNC machined aluminum. It's not a 2-in-1 like the Spectre x360, but that won't matter for people who don't enjoy using their laptop as a tablet.
The Spectre x360 16 for 2024 isn't as big of an overhaul as the 14-inch model, coming at you with the same 16:10 display aspect ratio as its predecessor. HP removed most of the remaining accenting for this generation, and it's available in Nightfall Black and Slate Blue colors for the all-metal chassis. It doesn't look like the new Sahara Silver, available for the 14-inch model, has made it over to the larger laptop.
Physical dimensions are nearly the same across the Spectre and XPS, and in both cases you're getting a sleek 16-inch device in a chassis that measures closer to 14 inches. The footprint is nearly identical, and thickness goes in favor of the XPS by about 0.04 inches. As for weight, the Spectre x360 comes in at about a half-pound less to start than the XPS 16.
Both laptops feature quad-speaker setups with top-firing speakers flanking the keyboard. The Spectre x360 features DTS:X Ultra and Poly Studio tuning, while Dell's 10W total output has Dolby Atmos, Waves MaxxAudio Pro, and Waves Nx 3D tuning. Either laptop will deliver an outstanding audio experience.
Webcams have never been the strong suit of the XPS line, and that seems to be holding true for the new 16-inch model. It has just a 1080p webcam with IR sensor for facial recognition. HP has gone all-out with the Spectre cam, bumping it to 9MP with IR for human presence detection capabilities. If you often find yourself involved in video conferences, the Spectre x360 should be the better choice.
Port selection is similarly modern across the two laptops. The Spectre x360 16 has two Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1 for video out, as well as USB-A 3.2 (Gen 2) and a 3.5mm audio jack. The XPS 16 has no native video out, but it adds a third Thunderbolt 4 port. It also has a 3.5mm audio jack and a UHS-II microSD card reader. Your workflow will likely determine which laptop makes the most sense. As for wireless connectivity, both laptops are available with Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5.4 for reliable and speedy connections.
Choosing a laptop based on design alone will likely come down to whether or not you can make use of a convertible design. Being able to rotate the Spectre x360's display around for tent, stand, and tablet modes will benefit many people, while others won't want to spend money on the convertible hinges and extra design elements.
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs. Dell XPS 16 (2024): Haptic touchpads, comfy keyboards
The XPS 16's keyboard has 1mm key travel, which is the same as the last generation of XPS models. HP doesn't specify the key travel in the new models, but if it's like older siblings it should be slightly more than 1mm. Not everyone was a fan of Dell's nearly gapless keyboard in the XPS 13 Plus, and if you prefer more chiclet-style keys, you should stick with the Spectre x360.
Dell's move to a touch function row also won't be for everyone, but it is undeniably cool and futuristic. The XPS 16 has a very clean look thanks to the lack of function keys and the seamless glass touchpad. It looks like it's part of the palmrest, using haptics instead of any moving parts on the surface. The Spectre x360 16 also has a haptic glass touchpad, though it has a clear boundary against the palmrest.
Choosing a laptop based solely on the keyboard and touchpad will come down to personal preference. Some people will love the seamless look of the XPS, while others will prefer the more traditional design of the Spectre x360.
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs. Dell XPS 16 (2024): OLED displays in both PCs
Each laptop is available with two displays. Looking at the HP Spectre x360 first, its 16-inch touchscreen comes in 2.8K OLED with 120Hz variable refresh rate, 0.2ms response time, anti-reflective finish, VESA True Black HDR 400, and 100% DCI-P3 color. The other option has a QHD+ resolution with 120Hz variable refresh rate, IPS panel, and 100% sRGB color. The difference between the two screens is about $150 when configured on HP's website.
Dell's displays are sized at 16.3 inches. The more affordable option has an FHD+ resolution, 500 nits brightness, Dolby Vision, anti-glare finish, 100% sRGB color, and a variable 120Hz refresh rate. It does not have touch functionality. The more expensive option has a much higher UHD+ resolution with an OLED panel, 400 nits brightness, 100% DCI-P3 color, Dolby Vision, touch functionality, and anti-reflective finish.
I appreciate that both laptops have a "basic" display and a higher-res display with an OLED panel. You can save money (and boost battery life) by skipping OLED, but it's also there with excellent color reproduction for those who are getting into specialized work.
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs. Dell XPS 16 (2024): XPS 16 has more hardware options
We've yet to get our hands on the 16-inch Spectre x360 and XPS 16 to test performance first-hand, but we can look at the promised hardware available in each laptop. Both PCs are sporting Intel's new Core Ultra chips, which open up a bunch of brand-new possibilities.
Core Ultra chips come with a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) to handle AI tasks, and developers are only just starting to tap into the potential. In our review of the Spectre x360 14 (2024) , XDA Editor-in-Chief noted that "the new Spectre x360 is an upgrade that actually allows you to do more with your PC than you could before." That holds true for any laptop with these chips.
Intel's new Core Ultra CPUs allow you to do more on your Windows laptop.
The Spectre x360 16 is available only with the Core Ultra 7 155H CPU, whereas the XPS 16 comes with the Core Ultra 7 155H, Core Ultra 7 165H, and the Core Ultra 9 185H.
These processors also come packing new integrated Intel Arc graphics, with Intel promising 1080p gaming at 60FPS. HP has an optional discrete Nvidia RTX 4050 Laptop GPU, while Dell offers the RTX 4050, RTX 4060, and RTX 4070 Laptop GPUs. You can get more RAM and storage in the XPS 16, making it overall the better choice for power users. The larger 99.5Wh battery (compared to 83Wh in the Spectre) should also help balance power demands.
HP Spectre x360 16 (2024) vs. Dell XPS 16 (2024): Which is right for you?
The convertible Spectre x360 16 is a more versatile option, though it won't match the high-end XPS performance that power users crave. The XPS 16 is Dell's flagship workhorse, and it comes with the hardware to back it up. The Spectre x360 is no slouch, especially with the RTX 4050 Laptop GPU, but it simply doesn't have as many configuration options.
Considering you can pick up the Spectre x360 16 for about $300 less than the XPS 16 to start, the boosted 9MP webcam, more traditional keyboard and touchpad, broader port variety, and convertible functionality only look more appealing. It should be a better choice for more casual users who want a laptop that can pretty much do it all. Have a look at more of the best HP laptops to compare models.
HP's convertible Spectre x360 16 for 2024 is the more versatile choice that should suit more people. It's not as powerful as the XPS 16, but casual users can focus on the outstanding 9MP webcam, quad-speaker setup, and comfy keyboard and touchpad. It also generally costs less than the XPS 16.
If you're a power user looking for a futuristic laptop with robust performance capabilities, the XPS 16 should be your first choice. The gapless keyboard, seamless haptic touchpad, and touch function row won't be for everyone, but the expanded configuration options will appeal to those getting into specialized work.
The XPS 16 is a beautiful laptop, but it lacks convertible functionality. That won't matter to everyone, but if you enjoy using your PC as a tablet some of the time, the Spectre will be a better choice. Stick with the XPS 16 to maximize performance, but watch out for sky-high prices as you add hardware. Check out more of the best Dell laptops to see how the XPS 16 stacks up.
The XPS 16 for 2024 is made for power users, coming at you with a wide range of performance hardware and larger 99.5Wh battery. It costs more than the Spectre x360 and lacks convertible versatility, but it makes up for it in raw power. Just watch out for the futuristic keyboard and touchpad, which won't be to everyone's liking.
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CES 2024 | 2024 HP Spectre x360 16 is looking to be an excellent alternative to the now divisive Dell XPS series
For CES this year, HP has refreshed both its 14-inch and 16-inch Spectre x360 2-in-1 models to coincide with the launch of the 14th gen Intel CPU series. While the new 14-inch model has received more significant external changes, the 16-inch model is more or less visually identical to its 2023 version with only slight external differences.
An easy way to visually distinguish between the 2023 and 2024 Spectre x360 16 versions is to look for the integrated MicroSD reader as HP has dropped this feature on the latest model. Port options are otherwise the same albeit rearranged.
Internally, the 2024 model swaps out the Arc A370M for a GeForce RTX 4050 . The discrete mobile Arc series has barely made a dent in the market and so the switch back to GeForce is an understandable move. Display options have also changed from 60 Hz to 120 Hz variable refresh rate as standard. In return, however, the native resolutions of the new display options have been reduced from the 2023 options as shown by the table below.
Nonetheless, the minor year-over-year visual changes to the Spectre x360 series feel welcoming after seeing the drastic changes to the 2024 Dell XPS lineup. Many reviewers weren't happy with last year's XPS 13 Plus design for several reasons and to see that design completely replace the venerable XPS 15 might be a bit too much for longtime fans of the series. In contrast, potential buyers of the 2024 Spectre x360 16 can expect a comforting level of familiarity that is similar to its 2023 predecessor.
The 2024 Spectre x360 16 is now available at HP.com and Best Buy starting at $1600 in Black and Blue color options. There is no Silver option unlike on the new Spectre x360 14 series.
HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) Review: Meteor Lake Arrives in Style
T he HP Spectre x360 14 two-in-one is one of the first laptops to feature Intel's new Core Ultra CPU. While this Meteor Lake update brings AI capabilities that will become more significant as software is updated to better take advantage of them, the Spectre x360 14 offers immediate benefits in the form of improved graphics performance from Intel's integrated Arc GPU. Moving from Intel's previous Iris Xe to Arc graphics doesn't turn the Spectre x360 into a gaming laptop, but content creators will appreciate the bump in performance.
The addition of the Core Ultra 7 155H processor is the big news here, but HP made a few other substantial upgrades to the Spectre x360 14. HP ditched the boxy 3:2 display found on previous models for a more versatile 16:10 aspect ratio. The webcam above the laptop's OLED display also received an update: It's a 9-megapixel camera that can capture 4K video. Combined with the AI-assisted Windows Studio Effects and noise reduction features, you'll look and sound great on video calls. With premium looks and premium parts, the HP Spectre x360 14 is one of the few laptops with integrated graphics and a price approaching $2,000 that I would recommend.
HP offers a choice of two Intel Core Ultra processors for the Spectre x360 14. The baseline model features the Core Ultra 5 125H chip along with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for $1,500. Our test system costs $1,970 and features the Core Ultra 7 155H CPU and comes maxed out with 32GB of RAM and a 2TB SSD. Both models feature Intel Arc graphics integrated with the Core Ultra processor -- there is no option to upgrade to a discrete GPU. There is a lone display option for the Spectre x360 14, but it's a good one: an OLED panel with a 2.8K resolution (2,880x1,800 pixels) and a variable refresh rate up to 120Hz.
Meteor Lake models of the HP Spectre x360 14 are not yet available in the UK or Australia, but you can find the previous models based on 13th-gen Intel processors on sale starting at £1,099 in the UK and AU$2,039 in Australia .
About that Ultra performance
The Core Ultra 7 155H is a member of Intel's new Meteor Lake family of chips. It introduces a new chiplet architecture that's a departure from Intel's previous-generation mobile chips. Instead of using a single slice of silicon, Core Ultra chips contain four tiles, or chiplets, that sit on top of a silicon substrate. The Core Ultra 7 155H has four tiles: a compute tile, a graphics tile, an SOC tile and an I/O tile. This tile setup not only makes the manufacturing process more efficient for Intel -- only the compute tile is manufactured on the company's latest 7-nanometer Intel 4 process -- but it also makes the chips more efficient themselves as they are able to better balance workloads across the performance and efficiency cores than previous versions' chips with Intel's performance/efficiency hybrid layout.
The other headliner of Meteor Lake is the low-power neural processing unit, or NPU, that assists with AI task acceleration. The NPU resides on the SOC tile and handles minor repetitive tasks to free up the CPU and GPU for heavier lifts. The NPU is put to use for AI detection in image and video editing, for example, or blurring the background in a video call.
Along with the above changes, Intel also has changed the meaning of the letters in its chips' model numbers. That is, an H-series chip from the new Core Ultra series is not the equivalent of a 13th-gen H-series chip. The Core Ultra 7 155H has a base TDP of 28 watts, and the previous 13th-gen H-series chips were 45-watt parts. The new Core Ultra H-series chips are actually more in line with the previous 28-watt P series processors, although the Core Ultra 7 155H has a maximum power draw of 155 watts, which is the same as the previous H series.
The Core Ultra 7 155H processor features six performance cores and eight efficiency cores on the compute tile. Along with the two-core NPU, the processor offers a total of 16 physical cores and 22 processing threads.
Our current suite of benchmarks does not include AI workloads, so it doesn't allow the Core Ultra-based Spectre x360 14 to flex its muscles. On our application tests, the Spectre x360 14 finished between a pair of laptops based on a Core i7-13700H CPU and RTX 4050 graphics and just behind the only other Core Ultra laptop we've tested, the Acer Swift Go 14 . Both the Spectre x360 14 and Swift Go 14 posted scores that were significantly higher than the Dell XPS 13 Plus 9320, which features a Core i7-1360P processor. The Spectre x360 14 showed smaller gains on Geekbench 6, but did top the M3-based MacBook Pro 14 on that test. It was unable to best the M3 MacBook Pro on Cinebench, however, and finished with a score much lower than the Swift Go 14, a disappointing result given the Acer and HP share the same processor. (Scroll to the end of the review to see the results of our testing.)
We expect to see larger gains in application performance from Core Ultra laptops as more software is updated to take advantage of local AI processing, but we witnessed immediate gains in the move from Intel Iris Xe to Arc graphics -- so much so that I included two laptops with RTX 4050 graphics in the performance discussion and charts below. On our three 3DMark tests, the Spectre x360 14's scores were 54% to 84% better than those of the Dell XPS 13 Plus and its Iris Xe GPU.
The Spectre x360 14 lasted nearly 10 hours on our battery drain test, which is a positive result given that it has a high-res OLED display. With a 4-cell, 68-watt-hour battery, the Spectre x360 14 ran longer than it would have if it had a smaller 3-cell battery that's commonly found in ultraportables.
We typically don't run our gaming tests on laptops with integrated graphics, but I ran a few on the Spectre x360 14 to get a sense of the pixel-pushing capabilities of the Intel Arc GPU. On the Riftbreaker GPU test, it averaged 70 frames per second, which was a few frames faster than the Swift Go 14 but well behind the 173 fps and 198 fps that the RTX 4050-powered Acer Swift X 14 and HP Victus 16 averaged, respectively. On the Shadow of the Tomb Raider benchmark at 1,920x1,080 with highest quality settings, the Spectre x360 14 eked out an average of 31 fps. I was able to achieve a more playable frame rate of 55 fps at 1080p when I dropped the quality settings to Lowest.
When playing games, the back half of the laptop heated up, a not unsurprising result with the exhaust vents located along the laptop's back edge between the display hinges. Unfortunately, the WASD keys were in that heat zone. On a positive note, the cooling fans were surprisingly quiet, even during the most chaotic scenes in games.
High-res 16:10 OLED display
The biggest design change to this latest Spectre x360 14 is the move from a 3:2 display to one with a 16:10 aspect ratio. So other than a general shift in size, the chassis remains relatively unchanged -- a positive for me since the Spectre laptop has been one of my favorites among Windows models for years. The all-metal chassis feels rigid and has a soft, brushed texture that's pleasing to touch. The soft textured surfaces and rounded edges give the Spectre x360 14 a luxurious feel befitting of a premium laptop. The matte black finish adds to the premium look and feel but does attract fingerprints and smudges.
The luxurious feel extends to the display hinges, which are doubly important in a two-in-one where the display rotates into a variety of positions. The hinges offer smooth action when repositioning the display yet are strong enough to keep it firmly in place. And about that display: the tall, unusual 3:2 display is gone, and in its place is a more common 16:10 panel. A 3:2 panel is well suited for business use where you want to be able to see as many lines of a document or spreadsheet on the screen as possible, but a 16:10 offers greater versatility, sitting between a work-mode 3:2 display and a widescreen 16:9 display that's best for watching shows and movies.
The Spectre x360 14's display is an OLED panel with a crisp 2.8K resolution. It has stellar contrast with deep black and bright white levels. It offers excellent color coverage. In testing with a Spyder X Elite colorimeter, the display covered 100% of the sRGB and P3 spaces and 94% of AdobeRGB. It was also warm and bright; white backgrounds looked accurate and not overly cool and blue. I measured a peak brightness of 404 nits. The display looked great in a variety of indoor settings and remained viewable outside under an admittedly weak winter sun.
HP includes a pen in the box so you can write, scribble and draw on the screen in tablet mode when you aren't tapping on it in laptop mode. The display features a dynamic refresh rate between 60Hz and 120Hz, which resulted in smooth movement in videos and games.
HP also includes a USB-C adapter in the box because the port selection is limited. There are two USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports on the right side of the laptop, one of which is located on the back corner that's sliced on the diagonal. You'll find a combo audio jack in the other corner next to a USB-A port on the left side. That's it for ports. The included adapter offers HDMI and additional USB-A connectivity.
First 9-megapixel laptop webcam
The Spectre x360 14 is the second laptop I've tested with a Core Ultra chip and the first with a 9-megapixel webcam. The camera can capture 4K video, and images looked incredibly crisp on the laptop's 2.8K display with accurate colors and good balance. With the AI-assisted Windows Studio Effects, you can enable automatic framing to keep your face in the frame and blur the background. And using the audio controls in the myHP app, you can enable AI-assisted noise removal for the microphone to filter out background noise. I would classify it as noise reduction, but the feature was effective in reducing background noise while keeping my voice clear and unaltered.
The webcam also has an IR sensor so you can use facial recognition for easy, secure log-ins. And there are shortcuts on the Function keys for cutting power to the camera and muting the microphones, two features that are always welcome to protect your privacy when you aren't using the camera. A small LED glows orange on each key to let you know when the camera is off and the mic muted.
The power button also doubles as a fingerprint reader, giving you a second secure biometric login option. It's not all good news, however, with the power button. It has a small LED strip that glows white, and there is no way to disable it. It becomes an unwelcome distraction when watching a movie in a dark room.
Outside of the power button and its always-on LED, I have no complaints about the keyboard. The keys are roomy and offer snappy feedback and two-level backlighting. The touchpad is also roomy and, like the touchpads on MacBooks and the Dell XPS 13 Plus 9320 , it uses haptic feedback instead of a mechanical click. I ran into a few hiccups with the XPS 13 Plus's haptic touchpad, but it was smooth sailing and mousing on the Spectre x360 14's touchpad. I actually enjoyed using it more than a MacBook's touchpad, and I hold Apple's haptics in high regard. The Spectre x360 14's haptic response felt a bit livelier and springier than the MacBook's and remained steady and accurate throughout testing.
The Spectre x360 14 packs quad speakers that are a step above typical tinny laptop sound. I was still left wanting more from the bass response when listening to music, but shows and movies exhibited clear dialog and realistic effects.
I don't make it a practice to recommend laptops that cost nearly $2,000 that rely on integrated graphics. At this price, it's reasonable to expect a dedicated GPU for gaming or content creation. The Spectre x360 14, however, is the rare exception. With its next-gen CPU, gorgeous OLED display and premium build quality, the Spectre x360 14 is primed for a long and useful life and delivers value even at its elevated price.
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CES 2024: HP’s New 2-in-1 Laptops Offer AI Features
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Today at CES 2024, HP announced new laptops for professional, consumer and gaming use. The HP Spectre x360 line of 2-in-1 laptops for professional or consumer use now come with AI enhancements, and HP has announced new peripherals. The AI features in the Spectre x360 line are mostly cosmetic, such as transcription and video polishing for meetings. HP also released its Series 5 monitors in 24-, 27- and 32- inch sizes.
In addition, HP announced the OMEN Transcend 14 Gaming Laptop PC , with the assertion that it is the “coolest and lightest” gaming laptop of its size available in the world.
HP introduces Spectre x360 laptops
HP’s newest offerings applicable to business use are the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 Laptop PC in 14-inch ( Figure A ) and 16-inch models. Both laptops can use up to a 2.8K OLED screen, include 9 MP cameras for calls and have an NPU for processing AI workloads.
The HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 Laptop PC line has Intel Core Ultra5 processors and can include an optional NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 Laptop GPU. Calls and video are adjusted automatically by Windows Studio for enhancements, such as automatic framing and background blur, which are handled by the NPU.
SEE: Dell’s new XPS laptops show off one of the trends at CES 2024: Dedicated buttons for Microsoft’s generative AI assistant, Copilot for Windows. (TechRepublic)
“We believe that the best innovations are also the most personal ones,” wrote Samuel Chang, senior vice president and division president of personal systems consumer solutions at HP Inc., in a press release . “New technologies from HP deliver solutions that allow us to be more personalized than ever, taking advantage of game-changing innovations like AI that will alter the way that technology moves us forward.”
The Spectre x360 line is available at HP.com or BestBuy.com globally now. The 14-inch model starts at $1,499.99, while the 16-inch model starts at $1,599.99.
New peripherals work with the HP Spectre x360 line
The following peripherals were revealed at CES alongside the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 Laptop PC line:
- Poly Voyager Free 20 wireless, noise-filtering earbuds. Coming in May 2024 for $149.
- HP 960 ergonomic, split wireless keyboard with programmable keys. This keyboard is expected to be available in April on HP.com for $119.
- HP 690 rechargeable wireless mouse with Qi charging and programmable buttons. Available now on HP.com for $59.99.
- HP 430 programmable wireless keypad. Available now on HP.com for $49.99.
- HP USB-C Travel Hub G3, which adds one USB-C port, two USB-A ports and an HDMI port. Coming late February on HP.com for $69.99.
- HP 400 backlit wired keyboard. Available now on HP.com for $49.99.
HP Series 5 monitors offer more screen space
HP announced its Series 5 monitors at CES 2024, offering 24-, 27- and 32- inch screens for people looking for larger displays. The HP Series 5 monitors connect to other devices through HDMI ports; plus, these monitors offer a 1500:1 contrast ratio and 100Hz refresh rates.
The HP Series 5 monitors are expected to be available in spring 2024. HP has not yet released pricing.
HP debuts ultra-light OMEN Transcend 14-inch gaming laptop PC
The 14-inch OMEN Transcend gaming laptop PC ( Figure B ) weighs just 3.5 pounds. Its IMAX Enhanced Certified 2.8K 120Hz VRR OLED display is suitable for high-performance gaming or for creative work such as digital painting and graphic design. The most high-performance version runs on an Intel Core Ultra 9 185H processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU. Cooling is achieved through a pressurized zone using a vapor chamber for direct heat dissipation through rear vents.
The Intel and NVIDIA processors enable onboard AI to offer tools for work, such as:
- Live transcript and real-time captions during meetings.
- A record function for transcribing audio.
- AI-generated notes.
The OMEN Transcend Gaming Laptop PC 14-inch model is available for preorder now, starting at $1,499.99. The 16-inch model with up to the newest Intel processors and up to OLED displays will be available January 10, starting at $1,899.99.
Competitors to HP’s Spectre x360 and OMEN Transcend 14 laptops
The HP Spectre x360’s directly competes against the Dell XPS 13 , the MacBook Pro, the Lenovo Flex 14 and the ASUS VivoBook Flip.
The OMEN Transcend 14 laptops’ weight make them stand out. They go head-to-head with other gaming laptops like the ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14.
Note: TechRepublic is covering CES 2024 remotely.
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