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"?
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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.
Today, HP announced a major revamp of its innovative Spectre x360, plus new versions of its HP ENVY Laptop, ENVY All-in-One 27 and ENVY Display, the latter of which supports 4K resolutions. Together, the new devices represent a major new push for the holidays.
Forget Microsoft Surface and by all means ignore Apple's Mac. Because it is once-staid HP that is reinventing the PC today. And the hits just keep on coming.
The new HP Spectre is gorgeous, impossibly thin, and so light it almost disappears into my carry-on bag, and it offers the performance one would expect of a much bigger and heavier PC. What's missing, of course, is all-day battery life, a multi-touch screen, and simple connectivity with existing peripherals.
Billed as the world's thinnest laptop, HP's new 13-inch Spectre notebook is a stunning, premium device that doesn't sacrifice performance for a stellar if somewhat controversial design.
HP today announced the new Spectre Notebook, which it bills as the world's thinnest notebook PC. Here's a quick peek at this gorgeous new device, which HP will start shipping to customers in May.
One year ago this week, I was introduced to HP's stunning Spectre x360, the most impressive convertible PC released in 2015. I just had one question: Would HP ever consider making a 15-inch version? The answer, happily, is yes.
HP has taken its proven formula with the Spectre x360 setup and added an OLED display to it which appears to be a winning combination.
HP has updated its Spectre x360 with new bits under-the-hood which should make the laptop, which has been well received, continue to sell well in its new size.