HP Spectre x360 Review


HP Spectre x360 is a stylish and powerful Everyday Laptop and is powered by Intel Core i5 (7th Gen ) processor clocked at a speed of 2.5 GHz.On the memory front, the laptop is equipped with a hard drive of 360 GB and a 8 DDR3 RAM,thereby making it possible to store ample amount of data.All the above features ensure that you breeze through all your tasks throughout the day.The connectivity options available on the device are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,2xUSB 3.0 Ports,HDMI, Audio-out,Microphone.It is backed up by a 3 cell battery that keeps the device running for upto 15 hours or a considerable amount of time.

Technical Details
Brand HP
Series Spectre x360 Convertible
Item Height 14 Millimeters
Item Width 21.8 Centimeters
Screen Size 13.3 Inches
Maximum Display Resolution 1920×1080
Item Weight 1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions 30.7 x 21.8 x 1.4 cm
Item model number 13-ac058TU
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Type Core i5
Processor Speed 2.5 GHz
Processor Count 2
RAM Size 8 GB
Memory Technology DDR3
Hard Drive Size 360 GB
Hard Disk Technology Solid State
Speaker Description Bang and Olufsen Audio
Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD 620
Connectivity Type Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Wireless Type 801.11 AC
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2
Number of HDMI Ports 1
Number of Audio-out Ports 1
Number of Microphone Ports 1
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Windows 10 Professional
Number of Lithium Metal Cells 3
Included Components Laptop, Battery, Adapter

Pros And Cons:-


  • Rigid anodized aluminum frame that doesn’t flex or creak
  • Shiny aluminum rim and chrome hinges positively gleam
  • Extra-wide glass touchpad feels fantastic under fingertips
  • It has a crisp, colorful 1080p touchscreen (HP offers higher-res screens, too)
  • It has a speedy Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of solid-state storage that come standard on models $999 and up — with my usual dozens of Chrome browser tabs, it never struggled
  • The bend-over-backwards hinge that lets people prop up the screen on cramped public transportation — and without the display wobbling
  • The lack of bloatware on the system
  • The fact that despite being just 15.9mm thick and weighing only 3.2 pounds — 4.1 pounds for the 15-inch model — HP managed to cram 10 hours of battery life and enough ports to drive two external monitors and three USB peripherals simultaneously.


  • Spectre x360’s keyboard keys are not made of metal
  • The big black border around the screen could stand to be smaller, like the barely-there bezels on Dell’s XPS laptops
  • The touchpad is not better at recognizing two-finger gestures
  • Sharp metal edges of the keyboard deck
  • Hinges are not balanced

Overall, it is an Amazing Laptop considering the cons are minimum.