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October 8, 2020

HP unveils Spectre x360 14, expands Spectre and ENVY line-up

The new HP Spectre x360 14 delivers the advantages of a 15-inch device in a 13.5-inch form factor for browsing, reading, editing and viewing – and is also the latest addition to HP’s sustainable PC portfolio. HP also announced an expanded 11th Gen Intel Core Processor Spectre and ENVY line up, packed with performance gains and increased battery life.

As the first Spectre with a 3:2 aspect ratio display, the Spectre x360 14 offers roughly 20% more vertical viewing space than a 16:9 ratio [1]. To minimize exposure to harmful blue light, the OLED panel shifts the display spectrum to reduce the blue light, but color still comes through vividly.

Other perks of this device: intelligent features and software capabilities that adapt to a user based on the activities and apps being used at a given time. These include AI Noise Removal [2] with Intel GNA 2.0 for intelligent adaptive noise cancellation, to mute any background noise automatically across Microsoft Teams meetings, calls and audio outputs and inputs (speakers, headphones and the mic). To avoid overheating or battery drain when the laptop is in a bag, you can quickly manage power with hot key access to Power Saver mode. Focus mode dims background apps not in use while keeping the app currently being used bright. This also helps battery life by dimming parts of the screen that are not in use.

HP Spectre x360 14 opened at an angle with the keyboard to the left
HP Spectre x360 14

The natural, renewable materials in the device’s keyboard scissors cut the equivalent of 1,300 pounds of coal being burned in CO2 emissions over the lifetime of the device [3]. The device is Energy Star and EPEAT Gold certified, making the Spectre x360 14 the latest addition to HP’s most sustainable PC portfolio [4], which has more than 100 Gold EPEAT-registered products in more than 19 countries. The packaging also uses biodegradable molded fiber instead of plastic foam.

Co-engineered with Intel, the Spectre x360 14 has been tested, tuned and verified to meet the requirements of the Intel Evo platform [5], ensuring it meets Intel’s hardware specifications and key experience targets for responsiveness, instant wake, battery life and fast charge. It comes with the latest 11th Gen Intel Core processor that delivers a 34% performance improvement and 79% performance gains with discrete-level integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics versus last year’s Spectre x360 13.

This is the first Spectre with an all-in-one keyboard that includes a power button, new camera shutter button, HP Command Center, mute mic and a fingerprint reader.

The HP Spectre x360 14 is expected to be available later this month via for a starting price of $1,199.99. Also look for it at Best Buy and in November.

Select HP Spectre and ENVY notebooks are also available this fall. They’ve been updated with 11th Gen Intel Core processors, Intel Iris X e graphics and Intel Evo platform verification.

HP Spectre x360 13 on a table with a man working on it
HP Spectre x360 13

The HP Spectre x360 13 delivers a 35% CPU performance improvement versus the previous generation to tackle demanding tasks like photo editing or 3D creation, with up to 16.5 hours of battery life. It is expected to be available in October via for a starting price of $1,199.99. Also look for it at Best Buy and in November.

HP ENVY x360 13 on a woman's lap using a pen to draw on it
HP ENVY x360 13

The HP ENVY x360 13 is a good fit for creators working from home, with HP MPP2.0 Tilt Pen support, up to 12.75 hours of battery life and privacy features such as a camera shutter, fingerprint reader, mute mic and the HP Sure View button built into the all-in-one keyboard. It is expected to be available in November via for a starting price of $949.99. The device is available now at

HP ENVY 13 on an orange table with someone working on it

The HP ENVY 13 features an 88% screen-to-body ratio, up to 13 hours of battery life, up to 4K UHD display, fast signaling data speeds and 5K display output with Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. It is expected to be available later this month via with a starting price of $899.99.

In early 2021, the HP Spectre x360 13 with 5G is expected to be available via It will have up to four times faster download speeds and up to 2.8 times better coverage with HP Dynamic Range.

Find out more at HP’s online store.

[1] Based on Excel rows comparison vs a 16:9, 13.3-inch laptop. Same row height level. Actual experience on your device may differ from image shown.

[2] Available on all configurations. Requires Windows 10 or above.

[3] Calculations based on supplier’s internal calculations of carbon dioxide reductions and on the HP Spectre x360 14 projected product life cycle volume. Carbon dioxide reductions equivalencies compared to other keyboard scissors’ material, based on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website calculator:

[4] Applies to HP PCs, Workstations and Displays manufactured after January 2019. Based on most Gold and Silver EPEAT registrations by meeting all required criteria and achieving 50-74% of the optional points for EPEAT Silver and 75-100% of the optional points for EPEAT Gold according to IEEE 1680.1-2018 EPEAT. Status varies by country. Visit for more information.

[5] Intel Evo designated devices are sku dependent. Intel CORE: Multi-core is designed to improve performance of certain software products. Not all customers or software applications will necessarily benefit from use of this technology. Performance and clock frequency will vary depending on application workload and your hardware and software configurations. Intel’s numbering, branding and/or naming is not a measurement of higher performance. Intel Iris Xe graphics: Intel and Iris are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries. Intel, the Intel logo and Iris are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries. Intel Evo Platform: Intel Evo Platform and Intel Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.