HP Spectre Fold
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Análisis para el HP Spectre Fold
Origen: Mashable EN→ES
While reviewing the HP Spectre Fold, I couldn’t help but wonder, “Who’s this laptop for?” Which crowd, besides the Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffetts of the world, does this $5,000 foldable gem cater to? I’ve concluded that the Spectre Fold is for peripatetic artists and creatives who travel often. As a travel buff myself, I could totally see myself using the Spectre Fold in clamshell mode while I’m on the plane before unfolding it into its 17-inch display glory in my hotel room. And hell, if you're drawn to luxe tech (and you have the money to blow), you're another perfect candidate for the Spectre. You'll have people turning green with envy.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 10/22/2023
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 86%
Origen: Digital Trends EN→ES
I was impressed by the Spectre Foldable PC’s build quality, form factor, and attention to detail. I found it far easier to use than the fussy Lenovo Yoga Book 9i, with fewer parts to carry around and a simpler design that still provided tremendous flexibility and usability. Performance was OK for the typical user, battery life was better than expected, and I could see myself thoroughly enjoying the Spectre Foldable PC as my primary portable solution. However, I would never buy it. At $5,000, it’s way out of my price range, and I think that will be the case for most people. The Asus Zenbook Fold 17 is closer to the mainstream at $3,500, but even that is too expensive for most buyers. At the same time, plenty of laptops can be equally as expensive or even more costly, such as Apple’s MacBook Pro, so it’s not fair to single HP out. Therefore, I feel confident in recommending the Spectre Foldable PC for people with money to burn or very specific needs that justify such a large investment.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 10/12/2023
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
Origen: Trusted Reviews EN→ES
If you’re aghast at the near £5,000/$5,000 price tag of the HP Spectre Fold, I completely get it and I was too. As a realistic proposition for consumers looking for a new laptop today, its price largely takes it out of the running. However, my first impressions of this device are that HP has arrived later to the party than Lenovo and Asus because it has been refining this wondrous bit of kit. With the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold and Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED, you could tell it was the first attempt from those brands. The HP Spectre Fold feels like a second, or even third, iteration. The practicalities of this device will play out in our full review where we can truly put it through its paces. For now, given the apparent quality of this initial attempt, it’s looking like HP may very well take the lead when it comes to foldable laptop innovation, and I’m extremely interested to see what comes next. Hopefully, a lower price.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 10/05/2023
Origen: PC Mag EN→ES
The HP Spectre Foldable PC is a novel product, showing off some impressive engineering. However, with so many drawbacks, it feels like it's still an experiment that can technically pass for a finished product. The 3-in-1 design is versatile and interesting—who wouldn't want a compact 12-inch laptop that doubles as a fully functional desktop with a 17-inch screen?—but we see way too many wrinkles to iron out before this becomes a product we can recommend. From the warping of the folding screen to the awkwardly positioned webcam and ports, not to mention the disappointing performance from older hardware inside, we just don't see enough here to back up the wow factor of the folding design. That's a real shame, because the idea is such a welcome attempt to redefine or influence the standard laptop template. But the killing blow for this system isn't the quirky feature set or the unsteady feel of the design. It's the price.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 09/28/2023
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 60%
Origen: CNet EN→ES
Every manufacturer has products it creates simply to maintain its innovative image; these products aren't really expected to sell much. HP tends to do it a lot less than its competitors, seeming to concentrate more on perfecting concepts others have presented rather than planting a "First!" flag. The HP Spectre Foldable PC is one of the slickest examples of a folding or dual-screen laptop I've seen, but that doesn't mean a lot in such a young category. But I had the same reaction I frequently do with these devices. I think this would make a great portable monitor -- a 17-inch monitor that fits into a bag for a 12-inch laptop -- instead of a flexible, but expensive and quirky, computer. HP bills it as a three-in-one since it can be used as a 17-inch tablet, a laptop or a 17-inch desktop PC. Asus did the same thing when it launched its similar direct competitor, the Asus ZenBook Fold 17 OLED.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 09/27/2023
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 79%
Following in the footsteps of the original Lenovo X1 Fold and the ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold from 2022, today HP announced its first laptop with a flexible screen: the HP Spectre Fold. The big difference is that it feels way sleeker and more well-built than anything that’s come before. HP touts the Spectre Fold as the company’s first 3-in-1 as it can seamlessly switch between tablet, multiple laptop configurations and even a portable all-in-one depending on how you bend its 17-inch OLED display. It’s clever design also includes hidden magnetic charging coils that allow the system to top off its included Bluetooth keyboard and stylus when not in use, so you never have to worry about doing that yourself. And the Spectre Fold is thinner and lighter than all of its rivals too, weighing under three pounds and measuring just 8.5mm thick (unfolded). The huge downside is that it costs $5,000, so if you want one you better start saving up.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 09/14/2023
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Tarjeta gráfica integrada en los SoCs Intel Tiger Lake G4 basados en la nueva arquitectura Gen. 12 con 96 EUs (Execution Units / Shader Cluster). La velocidad de reloj depende del modelo de procesador. Los chips Tiger Lake se fabrican en el moderno proceso de 10nm+ de Intel.
Estas tarjetas también deben ser capaces de aguantar todos los juegos actuales, pero la mayoría de ellos en configuraciones de detalles medios y bajos y con bajas resoluciones. Juegos más antiguos, o menos exigentes todavía pueden ser jugados con buena calidad de gráficos.
>> Más información puede ser encontrada en nuestra comparación de procesadores móviles.
17.00": 15-16 pulgadas es un tamaño de pantalla estándar para portátiles y ofrece la mayor variedad de productos.
>> Para averiguar cual fina es una pantalla, vea nuestra lista de DPI.
1.62 kg: Este peso es típico para tablets muy grandes, subportátiles, ultrabooks y convertibles con una diagonal de pantalla de 11-13 pulgadas.
HP: Fundada en 1939, la empresa estadounidense es un importante fabricante de servidores e impresoras y una de las principales empresas de TI del mundo. Hasta 2015, la empresa se llamaba Hewlett-Packard Company. Tras una escisión, la división de informática pasó a llamarse HP Inc.
En 2023, HP tenía una cuota de mercado aproximada del 22% de las ventas mundiales de PC, lo que la situaba en el segundo puesto después de Lenovo.
76.25%: Esta evaluación no es convincente. Debe ser considerado que difícilmente existen portátiles que reciben una evaluación abajo de 60%. Esta portátil es evaluada abajo del promedio, esta realmente no es una recomendación para la compra.
>> Más información puede ser encontrada en nuestra Guia de compra de portátiles.