HP’s new 15-inch Spectre x360 uses the hybrid Intel/AMD processor
mardi 9 janvier 2018, 00:15 , par Ars Technica
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We're fans of HP's Spectre range, and the 15-inch model is finally getting its turn to be refreshed to Intel's latest and greatest processors at this year's CES.
The new Spectre x360 15 is one of the first systems to be announced that uses the new Kaby Lake-G processors from Intel. These processors combine an Intel CPU (with its own integrated GPU) with an AMD GPU, all within a single package.
While Intel has positioned the Kaby Lake-G as a gaming chip—the company's benchmark scores are all games—the Spectre x360 15 doesn't have the usual bright LEDs and garish design of gaming systems. It uses HP's 'Dark Ash Silver' with 'Copper Luxe Accents' color scheme that we've seen on a few of the company's machines over the last few years. The color scheme is attractive and serious, but with enough accents to add visual interest.
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