So since it’s release not much tech expert have reviewed this laptop. From the collected reviews it’s safe to state that this laptop is a great and luxurious looking device with specs to meet and a very great screen.
HP’s Spectre x360 15t squeezes a 15.6-inch screen into a 14-inch body and claims up to 17 hours of run time, even with a 4K display.
HP announced the redesigned HP Spectre x360 15, which builds off the successful and well-received Spectre line. It runs Intel’s 10th Gen processors and NVIDIA’s latest graphics and has an added emphasis on security.
The 2020 model isn't a huge redesign, but it's not a minor one either. The minor tweaks to the CPU, keyboard, and webcam all add up to a slightly smaller package and a more powerful system when compared to the 2019 model. The unspecified Nvidia GPU is also intriguing.
A 15-inch laptop with a convertible 360-degree hinge is a bit unwieldy to hold as a tablet. Thanks to a redesigned smaller chassis, though, the sleek new Spectre x360 15 makes a case for itself.
Although year’s Spectre x360 15 had a few weaknesses in those same areas HP is back with a big vengeance. The new 2020 Spectre x360 15 is now even more of a serious in the 2-in-1 space with its smaller bezels and big Intel and Nvidia power under the hood. It’s sure to make Microsoft, Dell, and many others quite jealous.
Gordon checks out the new HP Spectre x360 15 now with a 6-core Intel Comet Lake option, smaller bezels, and an anti-reflective coating option.
HP has upgraded the Spectre x360 15 to match last year’s 13-inch model with smaller bezels, Intel’s 10 Gen chips, and (finally) a good trackpad at CES 2020.
A 15-inch laptop with a convertible 360-degree hinge is a bit unwieldy to hold as a tablet. Thanks to a redesigned, smaller chassis, though, the sleek new Spectre x360 15 makes a case for itself.
|Current Price||€999.00||October 19, 2020|
|Highest Price||€999.00||May 11, 2020|
|Lowest Price||€999.00||May 11, 2020|
|€999.00||May 11, 2020|