HP is preparing to release an updated version of Wintel-tablet Spectre x2 12
Hybrid Spectre x2 device 12 of the present generation (second picture) were presented by HP at last year’s CES, so it is time replace it for a newer model. And this is already being prepared: the Federal communications Commission (FCC) has certified the HP HSN-I06C, which probably is an updated version of the tablet.
HP HSN-I06C equipped with a screen diagonal of 12 inches and a LTE modem, adapters Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, and GPS receiver. Rather, the tests were presented the flagship version of the device, and in the sale of the options and easier — without LTE and GPS.
For 12 HP Spectre x2 will also offer a docking station with integrated keyboard (part number HSN-D06K) and the cover with keyboard (TPA — I601J). Most likely, the list of accessories will be the Wacom pen.
Updated Spectre x2 12 should move to the Intel Kaby Lake, but the official premiere of the device will likely be held in early January at the North American CES 2017.
Sources: FCC, Notebook Italy