HP intros Spectre X2 (2017) in the Philippines
HP finally brings to the Philippine market their Microsoft Surface competitor, the Spectre X2. Launched back in 2017, the Spectre X2 is a detachable PC with enticing features, respectable internals, and a gorgeous display.
The Spectre X2 is powered by a 12.3-inch touch-enabled QHD (3000 x 2000) display, 7th gen Intel Core processors, up to 16GB of RAM, and up to a 1TB SSD. It’s thin, light and has support for HP’s active pen stylus.
As for ports we get two USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1 ports, one combo audio port, and one microSD media card reader. The keyboard is low profile and magnetic. The unit itself also has a stainless steel stand for tablet operations.
HP Spectre X2 (2017) specs:
12.3-inch QHD touch enabled and stylus supported display @ 3000 x 2000 resolution
Intel Core i5-7260U 2.2Ghz processor/Intel Core i7-7560U 2.4Ghz processor
Intel Iris Plus 640 GPU
up to 16GB of RAM
up to 1TB SSD
2x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1
1x Combo Audio port
1x microSD card reader
293.88 x 207.01 x 7.62 mm (tablet); 293.88 x 207.01 x 13.21 in (tablet and base)
1.68 lb (tablet); 2.49 lb (tablet and base)
The HP Spectre X2 starts at Php 79,990 for the base i5 model.