HP deserves some props for the direction it’s taken its consumer desktop and laptop designs over the past year or so. It’s turned some relatively functional but cheap-looking products into sleek, engaging models that are as pleasant to look at as they are to use. The first redesign iteration of its general-purpose Spectre x360 15 premium convertible from the 2015 to the 2016 modeltook a big step in that direction.
For 2017, HP refines it even more, delivering a strikingly designed product that doesn’t sacrifice function for form. If a laptop can be both “premium” and “middle of the road,” this is it. By the latter, I mean it’s configured and priced for reasonably good performance at a sensible-but-not-cheap amount. As a result, the Spectre x360 15 for 2017 delivers a dynamite balance of design, performance and features for the money, as long as you don’t want something smaller and lighter.
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