The ultra-compact Spectre x360, with its innovative privacy features, is a system that would give you privacy and peace of mind against any possibilities of hacking. It has a high definition near borderless display suitable for extensive visualization for work and recreation. With its convertible adjustability feature, it can easily be turned to a tablet.
Below are its specifications, its unique benefits, its cons, and finally, our verdict on this device.
Processor: Intel Core i7-1065G7 (1.3 GHz base frequency up to 3.9GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 8mb cache, 4 cores) processor
Memory: 8GB of RAM
Storage: 512GB SSD
Screen: 14.0″ (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920×1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare IPS-level Panel with 45% NTSC with wide 178° viewing angles
Accessories: Tilt pen, facial recognition webcam, fingerprint reader
- With a battery life of about 20 hours, you enjoy work during the day and movies at night without the need to charge.
- The fast charge feature allows approximately 50% battery charge in 30 minutes. You can have a full battery before bedtime.
- With the screen nearly borderless, you enjoy a high definition display with Gorilla Glass NBT. Incredible speed is enjoyed while editing or watching movies due to its powerful intel core processor.
- Top-notch security features that enforce protection from hackers, with a un-hackable webcam kill switch and a microphone that can be muted.
- The internal hardware is difficult to access
- The SureView Gen 2 is barely visible
- Reviews say the display quality is a mismatch with the price.
HP opts for Intel’s strong Core i7 ULV processor with four cores and more than ample oomph for daily activities and challenges. Sadly, the manufacturer has failed to provide Spectre x360 13 with a cooling system capable of holding the Processor cold enough to allow proper use of its capacity.