Hp Spectre x360 Review: Could This Be The Best Windows Laptop Of 2016

There have been many full-featured Windows laptops in the last months, and some of these have been characterized for being so amazing that it would be irrational not to buy one, regardless the price. However, the HP Spectre x360 have been considered as probably the most amazing of this kind of devices, thanks to a lot of details that have turned this laptop into something out of this world.

The HP Spectre x360 Offers The Best

As reported by CNET, the HP Spectre x360 could be defined as an Apple MacBook Air but with a slightly worse touchpad, and the reasons are totally right. On one hand, this laptop offers everything you need in a thin-and-light device since it has a great design, an outstanding keyboard, plenty of speed, long battery life and a great selection of ports. Also, it has an amazing 1080p touchscreen that bends backward, and a connectivity that will never disappoint.

In addition to these details, the HP Spectre x360 have an aluminum frame that doesn't creak, a nice webcam, an IR camera that supports Windows Hello, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of solid-state storage, a fast Core i5 processor. Naturally, this laptop also has its little flaws, as the fact that it doesn't have any SD card slot, and that its big black border around the screen doesn't give the same comfortable sensation that you can find on the Dell´s XPS laptops, which have some bezels that you can barely notice.

The HP Spectre x360 Can Also Be Used As A Tablet

According to The Verge, the HP Spectre x360 is such an incredible laptop that everyone will forget that this product has a hinge that lets you flip the screen around to use this device as a tablet. Also, this amazing machine's one of the few laptops along the MacBook Pro and Razer´s Blade line, that implements its USB-C just for power peripherals and external displays. The HP Spectre x360 13-inch model cost $999, and the 15-inch you can buy it at $1,149.

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