HP Spectre X360 is a multifunctional laptop computer that can be used as a business travel platform when it comes to location. With its impressive design, long-life battery and 2K resolution screen, you’ll love this tablet. Of course, the biggest handicap of this type of devices is high prices. HP Spectre X360 is designed to appeal to those who want to buy a performance laptop and use it in different ways.
We see short-lived technology giants selling new models of laptop computers behind each other. Of these, of course, there are hybrid design ultrabooks.
HP Spectre X360, which can also be used as a tablet by leaning backwards, is a model holding performance and portability front panel. HP Spectre X360, which comes with a 2K display instead of QHD +, is an ideal product for graphic designers.
The design of the HP Spectre X360 looks impressive. HP Spectre X360, which is familiar to Lenovo from the Yoga series of movements and is more like the MacBook ‘s elegant design. Obviously, we can easily say that the HP Spectre X360offers Yoga flexibility in the MacBook’s aluminium body.
The design of the device looks great. Designed entirely in CNC aluminium body construction, the HP Spectre X360will appeal to many users with its metallic screen frame and aluminium back cover. The device, which is about 16 mm thick, is not only very thin but also lightweight with a weight of 1.49 kilograms. But at this point, it should be said that Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro is 1.19 kilograms and Dell XPS 13 is lighter than 1.26 kilograms.
The screen can be rotated 360 degrees around the keyboard so you can use it in notebook form, tent or tablet form. So when you will work on your notebook, you will watch the movie when you stand around the internet, you will be able to use the tent in tablet format in the mobile environment. The use of tablets is a bit heavy for the device to use as tablets. There is no problem with short-term use, of course, but it can be a little tiring to hold about 1.5 kilograms for a long time.
HP Spectre x360’s keyboard and touchpad have also received the quality design. The size of the keys on the full-size keyboard and the distance between them provide a comfortable fit. The fact that it is backlighted also provides the comfort of night work. The touchpad under the keyboard is quite interesting in appearance. The device, which offers a very large touchpad area, may be somewhat annoying for some people.
HP Spectre x360’s peripherals include three USB 3.0 ports, a full-size HDMI, a mini DisplayPort and a card reader. The device also supports 802.11ac for fast Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
The Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, ZenBook UX305 and Dell XPS 13 have a 2K resolution compared to the QHD + panel, and the HP Spectre x360 has a touchscreen of 2560×1440 pixels. Like the other brands, the 13.3-inch screen with Vivid HD LED backlit panel, which is bright and bright, has a screen, like the XPS 13, which is amongst the most favourite models. There is also no problem with the touch performance of the screen. You can work comfortably by touching it.
HP Spectre x360 is a casual notebook that is flexible enough to be used for everyday use. It is a notebook that can meet the expectation of professional users with its technical capacity. The notebook runs at 2.4 GHz with the Intel Core i7-5500U processor, with 8 GB of RAM and an additional 256 GB of SSD. The notebook, which meets modern usage needs with Intel HD Graphics 5500 in graphics, is also ambitious with battery life. According to HP’s claim, the HP Spectre x360’s battery life is up to 12 hours and 30 minutes.