HP has had a lot of practice over the years with its x360 range of notebooks and ultrabooks that can swivel the screen all the way back to make a tablet, and its latest 1020 G2 model is a very smooth and evolved example.
As prices of OLED screens reduce they are finding their way into wearables, notebooks, and soon desktop monitors. Let’s not forget the battle of the TV screen as well.
Global computer, printer and peripheral giant HP selected CES 2016 to reveal the new Quad HD OLED screen version of its 13.3” Spectre x360, a 15.6” version of the x360, and a 12.1” version of its Pavilion x2 hybrid two-in-one device.
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