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  • Good: Sturdy, minimalistic premium design, Light and compact, Good input devices, Excellent IPS panel, No PWM above 85 cd/m2 brightness, Ridiculously long battery life, Offers two USB-C Thunderbolt connectors

    Bad: Wobbly touchscreen, Limited selection of I/O, The system can't utilize the full performance of the CPU for long periods of time

    Almost everything about HP's Spectre x360 13 is awesome but fails to impress when it comes to performance. We noticed that the CPU can't reach its maximum frequency or at least sustain it for more than a few seconds. This might be due to some poor cooling...

  • 10 0

    Date: 5/22/2017

    Good: Ultrabright, highresolution screen is hard to beat in this field. A combination of beautiful form and solid function. Pen included (though no integrated holster)

    Bad: Battery life considerably short of expectations. Hairtrigger power button had me inadvertently shutting the laptop down repeatedly

    Don't expect to find revolutionary changes with the new HP Spectre x360 13. The latest version of this venerable laptop—it dates to HP's acquisition of VoodooPC in 2009—continues the company's tradition of steadily improving a fine machine.The competition...

  • The Spectre 13 x360 that I strangely loved from late last year is back with a 4K screen and pen support for the Windows Creators update that went global this month. There's also a new EliteBook x360 for enterprise users, with beefed-up security via a fin...

  • 10 0

    Date: 4/12/2017

    Good: Elegant design, Handsome 4K screen with pen support, Two Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports, Great typing feel

    Bad: High-res screen sucks up battery life, No SD card slot or HDMI port

    HP's classy convertible gains a sharp and sunny 4K display, which reduces battery life but makes it an even more formidable competitor to the likes of Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1 and Lenovo's Yoga 910. Read More...

  • 10 0

    Date: 4/6/2017

    Good: near 100 percent sRGB coverage; very accurate colors and grayscale out of the box, true 4K UHD; beautiful display with high contrast, Active Pen stylus included with each purchase, light and portable for practical tablet mode, USB 3.0 Type-A + 2x Thunder...

    Bad: very limited Turbo Boost performance; i7-7500U multi-thread underperforms just slightly, sensitive system fans; loud fans during medium-high loads, larger footprint than XPS 13; lid is slightly more flexible, backlight brightness could be brighter and mo...

    HP has made its Spectre x360 13 even better by incorporating 4K UHD and active pen support for a superior tablet experience. This is still the same lightweight and easy-to-handle 2-in-1 that made the 2016 model stand out as one of the most practical conve...

  • 10 0

    Date: 4/5/2017

    Good: Beautifully designed and less than 3 pounds (1.4 kg), the HP Spectre x360 13 has a great keyboard and trackpad, a sharp 4K display and an above-average sound system. Battery life is decent for such a power-sucking screen, and performance fits right in lin...

    Bad: Battery life takes a hit with the 4K display compared to high definition. The system runs a little hot

    The HP Spectre x360 13 is a great little laptop, but if battery life matters to you a lot, opt for the HD display, not the more expensive 4K...

  • 10 0

    Date: 4/4/2017

    Good: Fast performance, Slick, modern design, Slim build, 4K display with sharp image quality, USB-C with Thunderbolt 3 plus USB 3,0 ports

    Bad: Battery life is only average on the 4K model, Requires USB-C adapters for video out

    With a stylish look, a super-slim build, a gorgeous 4K display, and serious speed, the latest version of the already-great HP Spectre x360 is our favorite high-end convertible laptop...

  • 10 0

    Date: 2/22/2017

    Good: Sexy metal unibody design with a flexible 360degree hinge. Top notch performance thanks to Kaby Lake and ultrafast SSD storage. Thin and light but still packs USBA. Affordable across entire hardware range

    Bad: Not the greatest tablet experience. Somewhat odd keyboard layout

    High-end laptops released by HP over the last 12 months have seriously impressed me. The HP Spectre is a fantastic ultra-slim and light notebook with a beautiful chassis. When I reviewed the Spectre last year I was amazed at how far HP's engineering and d...

  • 10 0

    Date: 12/12/2016

    Good: Thin, light design, Premium materials, Great battery life

    Bad: No SD card slot, Uneven keyboard backlighting, Screen wobbles when you touch it

    Building a great, premium laptop is surprisingly hard. Despite the fact that every company, from Apple to Dell to Lenovo and everyone in between, pulls from the same basic parts bin — Intel processors; high-quality IPS displays; aluminum chassis; large, g...

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