Intel recently filed with the FCC for their dual-band LAN PCIe Wi-Fi card, and in the process leaked a sketch of the unannounced HP Spectre x2 12, but without revealing anything more. But now the same HP Spectre x2 have appeared ahead of itself in a few Australian online stores.
At Warehouse1 in Australia the HP Spectre x2 is listed as a Windows 10 detachable 2-in-1 tablet with a 12-inch screen and a Full HD 1920 x 1200 resolution, at 1200 grams, starting at price of $1,855 AUD.
At Technopolis there are as much as three variations of the model listed, with options of 4GB or 8GB (1600 MHz) DDR3L RAM, 128GB or 256GB SSD storage, Intel Core M7-6Y75 or M5-6Y54 or M3-6Y30 procesor, and a price from $1,934 to $2,295 AUD.
The first HP Spectre 13 x2 was released in November two years ago, with a larger 13.3-inch display.
– Jim Miller