So HP just gave the 15" Spectre the same slim bezel treatment that its little brother got last year: To go along with the slim frame are some very nice specs, including a return to the hexacore CPU and and GTX 50 Ti series graphics! (NotebookCheck) "the system will be updated with the new hexa-core 15 W Comet Lake-U Core i7-10710U CPU and GeForce GTX 1650 Ti GPU to supplant last year's quad-core Core i7-10510U and GTX 1650 Max-Q." (HP Press Release) "Experience Content: From the 90% screen-to-body ratio to the 4K OLED 15.6-inch display11 with DCI-P3 with a 30% wider color gamut range12, view true-to-life images and vibrant colors like never before. Mobility: Experience nearly three times faster file transfer speeds with the latest Intel® Wi-Fi 6 (gig+) than Wi-Fi 513, and customize network prioritization and settings via Network Booster in HP Command Center. Security: With six in 10 consumers physically covering their laptop’s webcam to feel more secure or prevent it from being compromised, the device features HP’s smallest IR camera at 2.2 mm. The HP Webcam Kill Switch, a dedicated mute mic button, fingerprint reader located on the keyboard deck, and Express VPN and LastPass to create and consume content whenever and wherever you want securely." One interesting claim is the new "low-wattage OLED panel": (DigitalTrends) "HP claims that the Spectre x360 will get up to 17 hours of battery life, which is insane if proven to be accurate, as the previous HP Spectre x360 (15-inch, OLED) lasted 7 hours and 46 minutes on a charge. The company explained that it is using a low wattage OLED panel to account for the excess battery consumption from the 4K display. No worries, the actual display didn’t seem to be compromised when I saw it in person, as it was still plenty bright and colorful." Any word from HP on this, @desertlap? I didn't even know OLED power could be tuned like this, or did DT just its info mixed up, and they are actually referring to the 2W 1080p IPS display?