The HP Spectre x360 is available in two different sizes, 13″ and 15.6″. It’s generally referred to as a “convertible laptop”. The screen can open at angles of up to 360 degrees.
The x360 is extremely well built and I enjoy using it better than a MacBook Pro.
The 13″ version is noticeably lighter than the 15″ version but in saying that the 15″ is still very light and very portable for anyone who has a daily commute.
One of the few Windows laptops that provide a better looking screen than any Apple laptop.
- Screen: 15″ @ 3840*2160
- Colour: Dark Ash Silver
- Weight: 1.3Kg
- CPU: Intel Core i7 2.7GHz
- RAM: 16GB
- Hard Drive: 1TB SSD
- Video: Intel HD 620
- Battery: 16 Hours
- Windows 10 Professional
After using the HP Spectre x360 for around 3 weeks and putting it through it’s paces, I can wholeheartedly recommend this laptop for anyone who has the budget. The only downside to this laptop is that battery life is not was is to be expected. It’s advertised as 16 hours, but with light web browsing and document editing, I’m only getting 7 or 8 hours battery life.
Apart from the battery life, everything else about this laptop is fantastic and better than any other laptop I’ve used.