Like its predecessor, the 2017 15-inch HP Spectre x360 is a productivity monster. But this version dials it up with a gorgeous new design, an incredible 4K display, and more modern technology across the board.
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Gartner and IDC have weighed in on PC market share for the first quarter and come away, as always, with a slightly different take on how things are going. But the truth is out there.
The HP EliteBook x360 G2 is a business-class convertible PC that blends the versatility of the Spectre x360 with HP's vaunted security, manageability, and voice and video conferencing capabilities.
I have described the 2016 model HP Spectre x360 as a near-perfect convertible PC. Well, it just got better with Active Pen support, plus optional 4KU/HD and that gorgeous Ash Silver and Copper coloring.
As you may know, I'm in Hannover, Germany this week for CeBIT, and will be heading to Berlin at the end of the week for some time off. Here are a few quick notes from the road.
Just a day after FedEx dropped off the HP ENVY Curved All-in-One in a VW-sized box, I have a few more observations about this stunning new PC.
Last year, I described the original HP ENVY Curved All-in-One as "the most beautiful PC in the world." So how does the new version stack up?
HP's nearly-perfect Spectre x360 (2016) is now available in new configurations that support an active pen and, optionally, a 4K/UHD display.
HP, to little surprise, is joining the HMD arena too and we have our first look at the upcoming device but sadly, could not try it on.
The 2016 model HP Spectre x360 is a near-perfect convertible PC, and it offers a smaller and lighter form factor and excellent battery life.
While I've used Continuum in the past, wirelessly and wired, and with and without a dock, the HP Elite x3 Desk Dock is the best experience I've had so far.
As a complete solution for business workers, the HP Elite x3 comprises hardware devices and peripherals, software, and services. Let's look at the phone hardware first.
As some of you may have noticed, I'm a bit down on the HP Elite x3 as a smartphone. But as a locked-down "3-in-1" PC for businesses only, the Elite x3 could make sense. Maybe.
Picking up the stunningly light and well-designed new HP Spectre x360, my mind flashed immediately to Surface Book. Does the HP actually beat a device I just described as "the perfect thing"?
HP's Spectre x360 reigns over the premium portable PC market, a near-perfect combination of design and versatility. Now it's been completely redesigned.