Like most of the laptops at CES this year, the x360 uses Intel’s 10th-gen chips – a Core i7 in this case, with Nvidia GeForce graphics. HP promises 17 hours of battery life, and the Spectre x360 comes with the most up to date Wi-Fi 6 compatibility. It also pleasingly keeps full size HDMI and USB-A ports.

The 4K resolution OLED display looks to be an optional extra that’ll end up making this a very expensive laptop – the entry level model is coming in March and will cost $1,600.

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