The HP’s earlier model of X360 was brought in the market in 2016 with the perfect combination of performance, display, battery and the best part was the price. The machine was unbeatable. The updated version includes active pen support, refined design, super sharp 4K touchscreen, and a new Dark Ash Silver with Copper accents color scheme.
With Intel eighth-generation Core processor, HP has left no room for any imperfection. The company has another model on offer, that comes equipped with Core i5 processor. If the user goes for the highest configuration, it will put HP Spectre x360 13 into premium notebook’s category.
The Spectre x360 13 comes packed with quad-core eighth-generation Intel Core i7-8550U processor which promises great high-end performance and power-sipping efficiency. A laptop that can be transformed into a tablet.
Other glaring features of this laptop includes 13.3-inch Full HD display, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB solid-state disk (SSD)
HP Spectre X360 13 convertibility is the factor which separates Spectre 13 from the previous Spectre X360. Furthermore, the laptop can be fully transformed into a Windows 10 tablet making it seriously slim and light.
The 4K screen pictures turn out to be in truly sharp colors and intense distinction in clarity when contrasted and a 1080p screen of comparative size. Notwithstanding the UHD show, the most recent HP Spectre x360 13 packs USB-C with Thunderbolt 3, a lot of quick SSD stockpiling, and a chic new shading plan.
With regard to the keyboard, the console cuts a genuinely low profile, which keeps it from feeling clumsy when you grasp the laptop in Tablet mode. In spite of the thin form, the keys still feel great to type on. The touchpad tracks easily and keeping in mind the account of restricted space, it’s decent and wide. The HP Spectre X360 13 is really a device to carry on an everyday basis
The new “active pen” features looks interesting. But in terms of pressure sensitivity, it performs average than compared to other popular laptops in the same price range.
Sound obligations are performed by an arrangement of Bang and Olufsen speakers running along the console deck underneath the display. The volume seemed to be adequately loud for a medium estimated room with an amazing measure of clarity.
Now to sustain such a performing device to keep going on, we expect a longer-living battery. As compared to the previous x360, which lasted for 14 hours, the new version endured for fairly 8 hours and 18 minutes during our testing.
HP Spectre x360 13 turns out to be a travel-friendly convertible laptop that performs flawlessly throughout. The 4K display combined with improved battery life makes it more appealing. The solid build quality only adds more feather to it. The 13.3-inch machine is easy to carry for a very pleasant and productive workday.
A true ultraportable Specter X360 13 holds the for the most part brilliant features of the past model, with just a couple of updates. Who will deny such a deal?