HP Spectre x360 13t (late 2017) review: An 8th-gen CPU leads a raft of upgrades

Packing a quad-core 8th-gen Core i7 and a ton of improvements, this is easily the best convertible laptop you can buy today.

HP’s Spectre x360 proves that HP doesn’t like to sit still. While some companies show up to the dance in the same outfit over and over again (looking at you, MacBook Air 13 and Dell XPS 13), HP has revamped its premium 2-in-1 over and over again—no fewer than three times in the last two years, in fact.

In this latest and third version of the Spectre x360 13t, HP didn’t just jam in an 8th-gen quad-core Core i7 and call it an upgrade. It’s also given the entire laptop a significant refresh—one that addresses almost every quibble we’ve had with prior versions. This should give the MacBook Air 13 and the Dell XPS 13 yet another reason to worry.

HP wasn’t content to sit still with its excellent Spectre x360 13t.

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