HP this morning launched its next-generation Spectre x360 premium convertible PC with 10-generation Intel Core processors.
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HP’s Spectre x360 has defined the state of the art in the premium portable PC market since the first version appeared in 2015.
Today, HP announced major updates to two of its most stunning premium PCs, the Spectre 13 and the Spectre x360.
The HP Spectre x360 (4K/UHD) is a near-perfect convertible PC, especially for those looking for a productivity-focused laptop that can pull double-duty as a mobile entertainment hub.
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.
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.
This is the one I've been waiting for. And in my early testing, the 15-inch HP Spectre x360 nicely improves on its predecessor, a PC I described as a portable productivity monster, in virtually every important way imaginable.
HP's nearly-perfect Spectre x360 (2016) is now available in new configurations that support an active pen and, optionally, a 4K/UHD display.
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.
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.