This week HP unveiled an update to the Spectre x360 convertible laptop that they first unveiled late last year.
With this update, HP has decided to bring the Windows 2-in-1 up to a similar standard to that of its competitors with the addition of a 4K UHD display.
It also comes with support for the Active Pen.
The new models are available from a range of retailers in a new Ash Silver colour scheme for from £1,119/$1,200 for the Full HD model or from £1,899/$1,600 for the new 4K UHD model.
Here are the various models of the 13-inch version:
They also updated the 15-inch version of the HP Spectre x360, which can now be fitted with a larger 15.6-inch 4K UHD display, with a larger battery and up to a Nvidia GeForce GTX 940MX GPU.
Here are the models available for the 15-inch version:
(I reckon they may have mixed up the pricing for the top 13-inch and 15-inch versions, so expect a little more for the top 15-inch 4K UHD model)