Hybrid PC with OLED display

January 15, 2016 | 09:22
Hybrid PC with OLED display
Hybrid PC with OLED display
HP has announced at the CES in Las Vegas, USA, among other things, that their Spectre 360 13.3” hybrid laptop can be supplied with a QHD OLED display. Because of the removable screen this hybrid can be used either as a tablet or as a laptop. The Quad HD screen with a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels produces better color than more conventional screens with an increased contrast. The OLED screen is thinner and lighter—great for a laptop— and delivers a color gamma of 103% versus the 72% that ‘normal’ WLED screens can produce.

The buyer also has the option to choose Intel Iris graphics and up to 1 TB SSD storage. With that the Spectre 360 is clearly intended for the more demanding applications and higher quality.
The 15.6” model can be supplied with a 4K touch screen, that unfortunately is not (yet?) OLED.

More information: http://store.hp.com/us/en/mdp/Laptops/spectre-x360-211501--1.
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