HP Spectre X360 Ultrabook Review: Sleek, Sexy, Convertible
Our Summary and Conclusion
To be clear, the Spectre X360 is a very different machine than the XPS 13—one has a virtually bezelless screen and is smaller (the XPS 13), while the other is a 2-in-1, multi-mode device (the Spectre X360), but they’re both packing similar hardware and cater to similar consumers. We’d honestly have a tough time choosing between these two systems, and that’s saying something, because we were thoroughly impressed by the XPS 13.
If you’re in the market for a premium multi-mode ultrabook, the HP Spectre X360 should absolutely be on your short list of considerations. At $999 for the configuration we tested, not only is the Spectre X360 competitively priced for a machine of this type, but its battery life and performance are class-leading, and its fit-and-finish are great. HP knocked it out of the park with the Spectre X360.