In today’s time and age, a tablet is a must have electronic accessory. But let’s face the fact; it can sometimes get hard to type with those little things. Why not instead, kill two birds with one stone. Yes, people, I’m talking about convertibles. HP Spectre has been created to give its users, the best of both worlds. But this isn’t the best thing about this sleek, alluring laptop. Thanks to the newly designed hinges, the beauty can easily be folded all the way to 365 degrees in order for it to be used as a tablet. Following the minimalist trend, Spectre is extremely slim, 15.9 mm, though it does weigh slightly more than the MacBook, i.e. 3.26 vs 2.9 pounds respectively.
When we talk about electronic devices, the main thing that fears us is the battery life. No matter what, the battery is bound to die, at the most unfavorable times. There we are doing something extremely important, like watching Prison break, and right when the show hits the climax, the battery dies. Oh the horror! Besides, we can’t really rely on the plugged-in charging because of all the power cuts in the country. HP, has brought to us a laptop, with the battery life we all long for. Yes, you can watch a 1080p video for 11 straight hours.
The HP convertible comes with an Intel Core i5/ i7 SkyLake processors now, with a touch screen of 13.3 inches. Furthermore, The Spectre x360 comes with three USB ports, also has an SD card reader, and HDMI port and a Mini DisplayPort. HP Spectre also comes with the HP extra wide track pads and also, of course, has a backlit keyboard.
The HP Spectre x360 is a milled-aluminum convertible laptop, with an HD touch screen and a long battery life. I will give it a 4/5