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HP Spectre x360 launches in PH, priced




HP Philippines has launched in the country a new 2-in-1 premium notebook and a member of the Spectre family – the HP Spectre x360.

The HP Spectre x360 sports a 13.3-inch Full HD touch display with 3.4mm thin bezels, backlit keyboard, glass trackpad, quad speakers powered by Bang & Olufsen and HP Audio Boost, USB Type-C port, HP TrueVision FHD IR camera for Windows Hello and video chat.


Powering the device is a 7th-gen Intel Core i5/i7 processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and Windows 10. All of that are housed in an all-metal body measuring 13.8mm thin, weighing in at 1.295kg, and can transform into four modes (Laptop, Tablet, Stand, Tent) thanks to its geared hinge.

The HP Spectre x360 is priced at Php75,990 for the Core i5 model and Php82,990 for the Core i7. It will be available in stores next week.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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10 Responses

  1. whyyyyyyyyyyyy says:

    me want. but y is this so expensive when it lands in PH. yyyy?

  2. Paul says:

    HP should drop the price of the non-convertible Spectre.

  3. Albino Co says:

    when can the hp spectre x360 be available in cebu stores?

  4. nor says:

    This spectre x360 in India and Thai cost only about $ 1,200 why when sold in philippines too expensive

  5. Mark dela Cruz says:

    Hello! May I know how much is the current price of HP x360? Thanks.

  6. JohnIsCooper says:

    For this price you’re better off getting the upcoming Zenbook Pro UX550VE it comes with a GTX 1050Ti GPU and a quad core i7 7700HQ processor yes it’s also overpriced in the Philippines but you get better specs plus 2 TB3 ports and a 4K display with the Spectre you get the GTX 1050 which is 30% behind the 1050Ti and a dual core which is 50% slower than the quad core on the Zenbook Pro UX550VE and will bottleneck your eGPU if you choose to use one in the future therefore making the TB3 port (if it even has one) near worthless. The Spectre X360 is all looks while the Zenbook Pro is both looks and performance.

  7. John says:

    For this price you’re better off getting the upcoming Zenbook Pro UX550VE it comes with a GTX 1050Ti GPU and a quad core i7 7700HQ processor yes it’s also overpriced in the Philippines but you get better specs plus 2 TB3 ports and a 4K display with the Spectre you get the GTX 1050 which is 30% behind the 1050Ti and a dual core which is 50% slower than the quad core on the Zenbook Pro UX550VE and will bottleneck your eGPU if you choose to use one in the future therefore making the TB3 port (if it even has one) near worthless. The Spectre X360 is all looks while the Zenbook Pro is both looks and performance.

  8. chris says:

    dual core which is 50% slower than the quad core on the Zenbook
    hahahaha that joke. dual GPU are twice faste than a single card too? hahahha
    the zen is 40% more expensive, is not a 2 in 1, is 33% heavier (600gr when u travel and ur cabin luggage is limited at 7kg it s a lot)

    i would like you prefer a multi purpose computer, capable of video post proc, gaming, heavy task, etc…than that, but those computers doesnt aim at the same customers.
    but my wife would prefer this one, lighter, can easily use it at work or even laying on the sofa, she doesnt need a powerful GPU, tablet mode… etc etc.

    • JohnIsCooper says:

      You got me, I completely see where you’re coming from but I was talking to people who wanted to game on their laptop and don’t care about switching to tablet mode. The most recent Spectre X360 has a 4 core CPU with 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports so my previous comment is now null.

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