HP has just launched its first foldable PC with the new HP Spectre Fold.
The design itself is fairly reminiscent of the ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold and Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. The HP Spectre Fold features a 17-inch 2.5K OLED touch display with IMAX Enhanced certification that comes with a detachable keyboard with a trackpad and a built-in kickstand stand at the back of it.
This allows it to be used in different orientations such as a traditional 12.3-inch laptop when folded 90 degrees, a laptop with an expanded screen, a large tablet, or a desktop with the screen fully unfolded and keyboard detached.
HP also claims that the Spectre Fold is the smallest and thinnest 17-inch foldable PC with AI features such as walk away lock and wake on approach, screen time and distance reminder, and privacy alerts. See below for its full specs and pricing.
HP Spectre Fold specs:
17-inch diagonal, 2.5K (1920 x 2560), foldable OLED, touch
500 nits max brightness
4:3 Aspect Ratio
IMAX Enhanced certified
Intel Core i7-1250U
Intel Iris Xe Graphics
16GB LPDDR5-6400MHz RAM
1TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe M.2 SSD
x2 Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports at 40Gbps
Full size, detachable rudy black soft cover Bluetooth keyboard
HP Rechargeable MPP2.0 Tilt Pen; HP ENVY USB-C Hub
Fingerprint Power Button
5MP IR camera
Quad speakers by Bang & Olufsen
Windows 11 Home
94.3Whr battery w/ 100W USB-C adapter
10.91 x 14.81 x 0.33 in (unfolded); 10.91 x 7.53 x 0.84 in (folded)
3.58 lb (with keyboard); 2.99 lb (without keyboard)
The HP Spectre Fold is currently priced in the USA at USD 4,999 (~PHP 280,500). There is currently no word on its availability and local pricing here in the Philippines.