HP Spectre x360 Review
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The Spectre x360 from HP can be used either as a laptop or as a tab. Like every great gadget out there, the x360 is not any different as it combines the great aspects of most “almost great” gadget out there. It simply combines the best sides of the Macbook Air, Samsung ATIV Book 9, Toshiba Kirabook and the Yoga 2 Pro by Lenovo.
The Laptop comes with an aluminium chassis and polished metal sides to beautify the matte finish on the lid and base. The power button and Windows button are on the left and right edges of the keyboard. It has a 13″ display and is 1.48kg in weight.
The x360 has a 1080p touchscreen and you would love the amount of detail that comes to life when staring at the screen. It has a luminance of 339 nits and the colours represented on the screen are fairly accurate.
The pc is powered by Intel HD Graphics 5000 GPUs and is very good for the lightweight games. Be reminded that this is not a gaming PC.
Keyboard and Touchpad
You might notice a slight decrease in typing speed when using the keyboard because it needs 62g of force to work while the average keyboard would need 57g of force but that is not a noticeable feature.
The touchpad however is bigger than the average and will obviously make point and click much pleasurable.
It is controlled by a 2.2-GHz Intel Core i5-5200U processor and 8B of RAM and you can be sure that for most home and office use, the x360 is both a beauty and a brilliant computer.
The battery can last for up to 10 hours and any of my folks here in Nigeria will easily love to use such a computer.