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HP Unveils AI-Enhanced Spectre Notebooks in India for Hybrid Work Introducing all-new Spectre PCs, the world’s most advanced convertible PCs for collaboration[i]

New Delhi, February 6, 2024 — Today, HP introduced its Spectre x360 14-inch and 16-inch laptops in India catering to the diverse needs of young consumers. The new Spectre x360 laptops are built with smart AI-enhanced features that elevate performance, collaboration, and security. Additionally, the Spectre laptops are HP’s first consumer portfolio to have a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) to seamlessly manage AI workloads. Equipped with three engine machines including CPU, GPU, and NPU and NVIDIA®️ Studio with RTX™️ 4050 GFX, the laptops offer advanced AI technology for faster video editing, and more efficient productivity and content creation.

Today’s PC is no longer a personal computer, but a personalized companion that anticipates users’ needs for more responsive and optimized experiences, in the hybrid work era. The HP Spectre x360 14 inch and the HP Spectre x360 16 inch are designed to provide such holistic experiences for hybrid users. These laptops feature Intel®️ Core™️ Ultra 7 processors, ensuring they align seamlessly with the dynamic demands of users leading fast-paced hybrid lifestyles.

The new HP Spectre x360 laptops are enabled with a 9 MP camera with hardware-enabled low-light adjustment for clear calls day or night. The portfolio also comes with a dedicated AI chip that delivers built-in security features including walk away lock, wake on approach, and privacy alerts to warn the users of snooping eyes. Additionally, it offers adaptive screen adjustments like a screen dimmer when the user looks away to save power and variable refresh rate for immersive performance and power efficiency[iv]. The automatic performance optimization also adjusts fan noise and temperatures based on applications being used, placement of the laptop, and battery status.

The new Spectre laptops offer the world’s most immersive experience display,[v] with up to a 2.8K OLED[vi] screen for sharper images and more vibrant colors, along with an IMAX Enhanced Certification[vii] for watching movies. The 16:10 aspect ratio[viii] allows users to view more content, and the display can adjust from 48 Hz to 120 Hz based on the type of content being viewed. The HP Spectre x360 16-inch has world’s largest haptic touchpad for a Windows-based 16-inch PC.[ix]

The HP Spectre x360 laptops are the first consumer devices to feature audio tuning by Poly. Further, users can enhance calls and video with Windows Studio effects,[x] which offloads AI features like automatic framing, background blur, and the ability to maintain eye contact onto the NPU for engaging connections.

Pricing and Availability
• The HP Spectre x360 14-inch Laptop is available at HP World stores, HP Online store, and at all leading retail counters for a starting price of Rs. 1,64,999. It is available in Nightfall Black and Slate Blue colours.
• The HP Spectre x360 16-inch Laptop is available at HP World stores, HP Online store, and at all leading retail counters for a starting price of Rs. 1,79,999. It is available in Nightfall Black colour.

About HP
HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) is a global technology leader and creator of solutions that enable people to bring their ideas to life and connect to the things that matter most. Operating in more than 170 countries, HP delivers a wide range of innovative and sustainable devices, services and subscriptions for personal computing, printing, 3D printing, hybrid work, gaming, and more. For more information, please visit:

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