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With so many people still working from home, having a handful of office-friendly features goes a long way. For example, the 2021 version of the HP Spectre x360 14 is the company's first Spectre two-in-one with a taller 3:2-ratio display...
Zippy performance with superb battery life, IR camera, fingerprint reader, webcam kill switch and mic mute button for increased privacy, Premium look and feel
Thunderbolt ports crowded to one side
The HP Spectre x360 14 has a solid if occasionally quirky hardware design - witness the USB-C Thunderbolt 4 port at an angle on the back right edge. The OLED screen on my review unit was superb, and the ability to easily tweak colour gamut settings is a p...
Great OLED screen, Two Thunderbolt 4 ports, All-day battery life
OLED model is expensive
Review of the HP Spectre x360 14-ea0378ng (2N2A1EA). Devices provided courtesy of: HP Germany.Thanks to the Core i7-1165G7, 16 GB of dual-channel RAM (soldered-in, non-expandable) and a 1 TB SSD, the Spectre x360 14 can handle all workloads that are relev...
OLED touchscreen, 3:2 aspect ratio, covers 100% of sRGB, NVMe SSD, good keyboard, two Thunderbolt 4/USB 4 ports, fast MicroSD card reader, stylus, HP Tilt Pen, USB-C hub and carrying sleeve included in the box, DisplayPort over USB-C, Power Delivery
reflective screen surface, PWM flickering, soldiered-in RAM (non-replaceable/non-expandable), fingerprint sensor in place of a second control key, expensive
The HP Spectre x360 14 is a great long-term investment for anyone looking to upgrade their mobile workstation. You can customize the laptop's configuration on the HP official store site for the optimum balance between power, performance, and design.Of cou...
Sizzlingly fast multi-core performance, Gorgeous 3:2 display, IR and fingerprint biometrics, Physical camera shutter
Feels a bit heavy at nearly three pounds
The HP Spectre x360 14 is a beautifully constructed 2-in-1 laptop with a vibrant 3:2 OLED touch screen to showcase your work. It has an excellent keyboard and a variety of ports for all of your accessories. Those who prioritize battery life may want to co...
Sleek, attractive design, Vivid 3:2 display shows more of your work, Clicky, responsive keyboard, Thunderbolt 4 and USB Type-A ports,
OLED model doesn't last all day, Difficult to upgrade SSD
I I have used a heck of a lot of laptops in the past year, and some of them are quite nice. MacBooks have nailed the “premium” look and feel for years, and I'll never waste an opportunity to gush about the build quality of Dell's XPS line. But I've never...
Striking, luxurious design, Gorgeous OLED and FHD display options, Long battery life, Comfortable keyboard, Large, responsive touchpad
Pricey, Unwieldy as a tablet, RAM maxes out at 16GB, Too much bloatware
What you getHP Spectre x360 14 (2020) specs and featuresSource: Daniel Rubino / Windows CentralThe Spectre x360 14 is classified as a premium convertible 2-in-1 Ultrabook, meaning it does not have a discrete GPU. Instead, the Spectre is powered by Intel's...