Over the past year, we’ve seen a few laptops that utilize foldable screens, and now HP has also introduced one. HP calls its new laptop with a foldable screen the Spectre Fold, and it can be used in several different ways.

HP Spectre Fold

As shown in the images here, you can choose to use the Spectre Fold as a traditional laptop with a 12.3-inch screen where the screen folds, and the lower half of the screen gets an external keyboard.

HP Spectre Fold

You can also use the Spectre Fold as a 17-inch screen with the accompanying keyboard or as a 17-inch tablet if you prefer. In terms of specifications, the HP Spectre Fold features an Intel Core i7-1250U processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage. The foldable OLED screen has a resolution of 1920×2560 pixels. The battery is said to last up to 12 hours.

HP Spectre Fold

HP Spectre Fold is being released in the USA today and will cost $5,000. Engadget has taken a closer look at the HP Spectre Fold, and you can check out what they have to say about it in the video below.


A sneak peek at HP’s first 3-in-1 laptop with a flexible display: the Spectre Fold

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