Let me start with this: HP Spectre x360 13 is the most beautiful convertible I have seen in a long time. I liked it in the press releases back in October last year and I liked its presentation during CES 2017. For readiness and enjoyability (keyboard + touchpad + screen), this cool gadget is among the best laptops I’ve seen this year, and I did had the pleasure to test many of them. HP Specter X360 is a 13-inch ultrabook with reduced edges, convertible hinge and touchscreen display. It uses Intel Kaby Lake Core i5 processors, it has 8GB of RAM, PCI-Express SSD memory, 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a standard USB port with battery bank features.
In its technical file there are at least three scaffolding:
- Full HD and frontal IR for Windows Hello login;
- the four Bang & Olufsen loudspeakers;
- 58 Wh battery. It is a set of components not found on other machines.
I can’t seem to find real defects on this gadget. Starting with the price. The 1299 Euros price for the Full HD i5-7200U Core, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD PCI-Express (not the best SSD on the market, but a fast one) is really attractive, lower than its competition and intriguing for everyone. If you manage to get a discount offer, you may find it around 1000 euros. The HP Spectre x360 13 is also suitable for anyone who does not look for a convertible because it behaves like a traditional handset and because it looks like a traditional laptop.
HP Specter x360 13 weights 1240g and it measures 307 x 218 x 14 cm.