On HP websites began to appear the first traces of the HP Spectre x360 13-4100 series: most likely these are the units that will arrive in stores, over the next two months, with Windows 10 pre-installed on the disk.
Hewlett-Packard prepares the Windows 10 launch also on its high-end consumer Tablet PCs: in the last hours it has appeared the first traces of the new Spectre x360 13-4100 series.
Officially presented at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in March, and arrived in stores in the same month with the 13-4000 series, the Spectre x360 is a high-end consumer Tablet PC with full-metal chassis whit a lot of connectivity and an incredible twelve-hour battery life – impressive especially because of the powerful Intel Core i5 processor.
The new 13-41000 series should not bring news from the point of view of the technical specifications: it is unlikely for HP to change something after a few months in a device almost free of defects. Most probably, the new series will “just” bring Windows 10 pre-installed on the SSD.
UPDATE: Following the launch of Windows 10, and the availability in the US of the Spectre 13 x360 with Windows 10 pre-installed, we can confirm that the 13-4100 series does not bring any hardware upgrade, but it simply offers the new Microsoft operating system.
Article by Tablet PC Street