Building a great laptop is not as easy as it sounds. In order to make a great laptop. Manufacturers might have to put all of the best hardware inside a single chassis. Though like I said earlier it’s easier said than done. As there is always a compromise somewhere on every other good laptop out there.
HP might be one of the companies that have finally figured it out with their HP Spectre X360. The HP Spectre X360 is simply a combination of all that is good into a single body. HP Spectre X360 is equipped with an almost bezel-less 13 inch IPS display that supports a resolution of 1920 x 1080. It’s a touch display and has one of the best viewing angels that I have seen on a laptop. There is no option for a higher resolution display this time around. Which in my opinion is a better choice. Because 4k resolution is not noticeable at 13 inches. Aside from that with a FHD display the laptop is also able to run for about 9 to 10 hours on a single charge.
HP Spectre X360 is also built well, with a lot of attention to details. Like the speaker grill beneath the screen. There are a total of four speakers. Including two as mentioned below the screen. While the other two are placed underneath the laptop itself.
HP Spectre X360 also comes with a backlit keyboard, that is spacious than its competition and is a breeze to type with. Other than that the laptop also sports a large glass trackpad with Microsoft Precision. Users can also configure their HP Spectre X360 with either a core i5 or i7. While the RAM and Storage can be configured up to 16 GB and 512 GB respectively.
HP Spectre X360 checks a lot of boxes. With a starting price of $1049, considering that its competitors are offering laptops with same specs at a much higher price.