HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 15.6" 4K Ultra HD TouchScreen Laptop 7th Gen Intel Kaby Lake i7-7500U 16GB Ram 512GB SSD NVIDIA 940MX Thunderbolt Win 10 HP Active Pen plus Best Notebook Stylus Pen Light
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|HP Spectre X360 Stylus Pen, BoxWave [EverTouch Slimline Capacitive Stylus] Slim Barrel Capacitive Stylus with FiberMesh Tip for HP Spectre X360 - Champagne Gold
|HP Dock for USB-A/C Laptops (USB-A/C to HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C, USB-A and Ethernet)
|HP Bluetooth Laser Wireless Mouse Spectre Edition for HP Spectre X360 2 in 1 13-4193dx, 13-4116dx 13-V011DX 13-v111dx 13-V001DX 13-V101DX 13t-v000 Ash gray Plus Best Notebook Custom Stylus Pen light
7th generation Intel Core i7-7500U mobile processor, dual-core, four-way processing provides maximum high-efficiency power to go. Intel Turbo Boost Technology delivers dynamic extra power when you need it.
16 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM (2 x 8 GB) of system memory for intense multitasking and gaming, smoothly run your graphics-heavy PC games and video-editing applications.
512 GB solid state drive PCIe NVMe 4x3 Lane, a flash-based SSD with no moving parts, resulting in faster start-up times and data access
15.6" 4K Ultra HD touch screen for hands-on control 3840 x 2160 resolution offers impressive color and clarity.
NVIDIA GeForce 940MX graphics. Driven by 2 GB of dedicated video memory to quickly render high-quality images for videos and games.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful.
Best all around productivity machine I've ever had
By Kevin B
I've tried many a computer, laptop and desktop and the HP Spectre x360 is by far the best all-around daily productivity machine I've ever had. It takes a while to get Win 10 set up between standard laptop mode and tablet mode to get it exactly how you want, but it's really worth it. I first got all my programs and apps installed and then arranged on the desktop how I like and then switched over to tablet mode and set up that with nothing but touch, dragging and dropping tiles where I pleased. When setting up app/program arrangement in tablet mode, when you switch back to laptop mode, open the start menu and all the tiles are arranged as you had done in tablet mode. Pretty convenient! :)
One of the reasons productivity is so good is because of the touchscreen. For example, I normally just use Google Inbox in a browser and click to delete or hit the little menu button with a mouse pointer, select where I want an email to go and so on down the line. Using the inbuilt Win 10 email program, you can assign gestures to perform certain functions. Swipe left and you touch a folder and the email moves there. Swipe right and the email's deleted. Done! That simple feature has saved me a ton of time. There's many other examples where being able to switch back and forth between tablet mode and laptop has become invaluable in a short period of time. Another example, today I needed to read a Franchise Agreement in Adobe. I flipped the laptop to tablet mode, opened Adobe, rotated the tablet. The screen spun 90 degrees and the reading was almost as easy as if I were reading on regular legal-size paper.
Other tidbits. The screen is perfect for outdoor use. I had it out in DIRECT sunlight today with my sunglasses on and I was able to read that document easily. The key travel is really nice. It has a bit more key travel and is a bit nicer to type on than my MacBook Pro was. The 4K screen is gorgeous. With 4K on a screen this size, in standard videos and such I usually can't tell much of a difference, but the images really pop sometimes when you hit a decent quality video. Screen color is top notch and very accurate. The mouse pad responds to touch really well and I like the larger size. It's my first time having a stylus so I can't really compare it to others, but trying it a bit in Adobe Photoshop and Mischief it seems pretty accurate and doesn't take much pressure at all. Maybe most importantly the dual core i7. I was really kind of reluctant to buy a new laptop with a dual core, even being an i7. In short: it's fast and don't worry. For the simple things like opening and closing apps and programs, it's not quite as fast as my 6700HQ, but it's actually not too far behind. There's no problem at all loading up Photoshop or Dreamweaver and creating and editing in each program. My biggest worry was a dual core i7, married with 16 Gb ram and a 4K screen and then trying to run above Adobe programs and needing to wait 5 minutes. No so problem exists at all. The kabylake i7 chugs right along. The weight is spectacular. I think it's about a half pound lighter than my MacBook was and I liked the weight of that.
All in all, lots of positives and I can't really think of any negatives. Highly recommended for anybody really. It'd be perfect for college student or professional with the performance, sheer number of usage cases, battery life (about 8 hours for me) and weight. Buy it now! :)
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful.
Investment worth every penny.
Speechless, this laptop is well priced, and as a college student with a budget, I made the decision to invest in this x360.
I paid over $1,900 with insurance and honestly I don't regret the payment. The quality of the built is superb, the features like thunderbolt and the back lit keyboard are useful. The smoothness of transition from laptop to tablet, the speed in which applications open and the quality of it's 4k view... I've been waiting for this laptop a long time. Get it, it's worth it.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Love the Seller n Product
The shipping is really fast and it arrived in a perfect condition without a single item missed.. I love the kind n quick response from the seller regarding some things I communicate with him/her..
I love this laptop.. Its not only beautiful but useful and powerful enough for design works. It stays from at least 10am-6pm without charging it, could even stay longer than that..