Additionally, it offers adaptive display adjustments such as a screen dimmer when the user looks away to save power and a variable refresh rate for immersive performance and energy efficiency. Automatic performance optimization also adjusts fan noise and temperatures based on the apps being used, the location of the laptop, and battery status.
They are also the first consumer devices to feature Poly audio tuning. Users will have the option to enhance calls and videos with Windows Studio effects, which offers AI features such as auto-framing, background blurring, and the ability to maintain eye contact with the NPU to establish connections.
The new Specter x360 series is HP’s first consumer laptop to feature a dedicated neural processing unit (NPU) to seamlessly handle AI workloads.
They come equipped with tri-engine machines including CPU, GPU and NPU and NVIDIA Studio with RTX 4050 GFX. They offer advanced artificial intelligence technology for faster video editing and more efficient productivity and content creation.
The prices of the 14-inch HP Specter x360 laptops start at Rs 1,64,999 in Nightfall Black and Slate Blue colors and the prices of the 16-inch variant start at Rs 1,79,999 onwards in Nightfall Black.
Asus Chromebook CM14 series
The budget Chromebook is powered by a MediaTek Kompanio 520 processor and can offer a battery life of up to 15 hours.
The new Asus laptop supports millions of Android apps for work and play found on the Google Play Store. Supports Wi-Fi 6 for fast and stable connectivity at home, office and classroom.