HP’s Spectre X-360 was close if Dell’s XPS 13 was the most striking 13-inch laptop to be released this year. It nonetheless offers the good look, great battery life and fancy hinges that let you fold screen while it didn’t have Dell’s Stylish narrow bezels. It is a bigger version of the 13-inch device with sleek design and 15 inches of screen.
This screen size is still lived by many buyers. However, the majority of the people prefer portability and more handy devices. The 15-inch models are highly distinct as similar as XPS 13. With the upsizing of different features, the higher price is another issue. On the other hand, many users have found it the best laptop with the affordable price.
The 64 MB RAM has been added with the improved HD Graphics and GPU in the device. The large version is damn near identical save for its size and a fine looking machine. There is higher build quality with the amazing layout and size. The precision touchpad won’t be supported which is the bigger problem.
It moves all gestures handling to the operating system instead of being driver-specific as a desirable Touchpad. The company hasn’t included any Thunderbolt 3 support that is also disappointing for many buyers.
The device would be shipped with a trial of McAfee LiveSafe that isn’t very much workable and seems to be crapware in general. Otherwise, it is a good piece of tech made by HP.