The HP Spectre 12 x2 is coming – and the German website WinFuture founds official images of this new ultra-thin, Core-M-based hybrid Tablet PC.
In few days the new HP Spectre 12 x2 12-a000 series will be official – but the German website WinFuture anticipates Hewlett-Packard and posts pictures of the new ultra-thin Core M Tablet PC, that has been introduced few days ago by FCC and HP Switzerland.
Since the full datasheet was almost completely revelead by HP Switzerland, the new images doesn’t bring any new information from a technical point of view, but they are helpful to understand the shape and the aesthetic of the new Tablet PC. According to the new images, the integrated kickstand of the Spectre 12 x2 is not as large as pictured in the FCC certifications, but it appears just like a thin iron U-shaped pole. The device is very thin, and there is no full-size USB ports (just a couple of USB Type-C) while the detachable keyboard doesn’t looks like a ultra-portable solution like the Surface Type Cover.
The full datasheet shows:
- Intel Core M7-6Y75 (1.2 GHz, up to 3.1 GHz w/Turbo) processor
- Intel HD515 graphics
- 8 GB OF DDR3L SDRAM
- 256 GB SSD (M.2)
- 12-inch display
- Wacom Active ES digitizer
- Dual webcams (5 and 8 MP)
- 2x USB 3.0 (Type-C)
- SD Reader
- WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac; Bluetooth 4.0
- Miracast support
- Bang & Olufsen Audio with quad speakers
- Dimensions: 30,3 x 20,9 x 0,8 cm
- Dimensions with keyboard: 30,3 x 20,9 x 1,31 cm
- Weight: 820 gr (1190 gr with keyboard)
- Windows 10 Home
The Spectre 12 x2 12-a000 series will be probably officially launched next week in a dedicated HP press event, with availability in selected markets in late 2015.