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HP’s updated Spectre x360 15 is one of the first laptops to get Intel’s new AMD-powered chips

HP has a pair of new laptops at CES 2018 this year, although the word new is kind of a stretch. That’s because, like many other laptop companies at the show this year, what HP means by “new” is “updated versions of our models from last year”, because truly there is nothing new under the sun.

So, there’s a “new” version of the HP Spectre x360 15, which is one of the first laptops to offer Intel’s new 8th generation Core processors with Radeon RX Vega M GPUs that the company announced yesterday, and adds a full number pad to the right of the keyboard, but otherwise is pretty reminiscent of last year’s model. Prices for the updated computer will start at $1,369.99 when it ships on March 18th.

On the software side of things, HP has its new Omen Game Stream software, which lets you stream games from your Omen gaming PC to a less powerful computer on your network, similar to Nvidia’s GameStream technology on the Shield.

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