It’s a great year to buy a new PC. Not only is Windows 10 coming later this year, but PC makers are stepping up their design gameDell’s XPS 13 is a real winner and now HP’s joining the premium ultrabook game with its new Spectre x360.
HP’s x360 is a 13.3-inch 2-in-1 hybrid laptop/tablet running Windows 8.1 that imitates Lenovo’s Yoga 2 Pro. Like its rival, the 3.26-pound x360 can be folded in four modes: laptop, tablet, tent and stand mode.
But whereas Lenovo’s ultrabooks are made from plastic, HP went the premium route with a precision-machined aluminum frame and jewel-cut edges. The result is a design that’s gorgeous and sturdy Read more…More about Hp, Hewlett Packard, Hands On, Ultrabook, and Tech
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