HP’s Spectre Folio 13 gets you online anywhere with LTE

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HP has packed a lot into the Spectre Folio 13. It’s possible to kit this premium-looking notebook out with an Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, and LTE connectivity.

You can use cellular data on the HP Spectre Folio, so long as you purchase the LTE model. Much like the Surface from Microsoft, you can opt for a Wi-Fi only model or include LTE.

HP's Spectre Folio 13 gets you online anywhere with LTE

It’s becoming more common to find notebooks with LTE connectivity, allowing you to insert a SIM and enter into a payment plan with a mobile carrier for wireless access on the go. The HP Spectre Folio 13 is one such notebook, which comes in a Wi-Fi only variant, as well as one with both Wi-Fi and LTE.

Choosing the model with LTE support opens up new doors for using the Spectre Folio 13 while mobile. With LTE enabled, gone are the days when you’re continuously hopping between Wi-Fi networks. If your smartphone has signal, chances are your Spectre Folio 13 will too.

HP's Spectre Folio 13 gets you online anywhere with LTE

It also avoids racking up fees and draining the battery by using your smartphone as a mobile hotspot. And the HP Spectre Folio is a gorgeous piece of kit you’ll be wanting to keep using for long periods of time. What really stands out is the use of genuine leather and a truly portable PC platform, thanks to the powerful Intel processor and Windows 10.

Should you frequently be out of wireless network range or simply want to have a notebook that does it all, the LTE model is worth considering, even if it costs more.  In a country where getting Wi-Fi network is close to impossible, LTE comes in handy.

 

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