HP has today announced that they will be refreshing its Spectre x360 family, adding in a 4K screen with OLED and a larger 15-inch model.

The 13.3 inch model of the Spectre x360 is still available, but with an upgraded OLED display option, which should provide you with a brighter, lighter display that provides a rich range of colours and great battery performance, the display is also a QHD resolution.

The 15.6 inch HP Spectre x360 will be new for 2016, and will feature not only a larger display but also a better resolution, set at 4K, it provides a 3,820 x 2,160 pixel resolution with 218ppi.

The laptop itself also weighs just 1.83kg, and can last around 9.5 hours from a single charge according to HP.

Both of the models will also come with the option to add Intel Core i5 or i7 processors with Iris graphics, up to 16GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD, Bang & Olufsen speaker systems, USB 3.0, USB-C, a mini display port and an audio jack.

The 13.3 inch HP Spectre x360 with OLED will be available this spring, with a TBA price tag. The 15.6 inch model of the laptop with 4K will be available this month and will be priced starting at £1000.

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