Microsoft is the main player when it comes to the convertible laptop market. The firm through its Surface Pro range of convertible laptops has managed to win the hearts of many. However, it appears like Microsoft now has another competition. HP sometime last week took the wraps off its latest innovation – a series of convertible laptops namely Hp Pavillion X360 and Spectre x360. Both the devices are powered by the latest 7th-gen Intel Core processors and feature IPS full-HD touch-screen display, thereby representing an extremely sophisticated look. Apart from its premium design, the laptop also comes bundled with the company’s Active Pen stylus that offers multiple new features for a convenient user experience.

Great design with amazing specs

One of the main highlights of these laptops is its premium design. Both, HP Pavillion x360 and Spectre x360 are significantly highlighted using a metal finishing touch. While HP Pavillion x360 packs an 11-inch IPS full-HD touch-screen display, the Spectre x360 features a 14-inch IPS full-HD touch-screen display. The laptops also come along with a full-fledged backlit-style keyboard and HP’s Image Pad that makes scrolling through the laptop extremely easy. Both the devices are powered by the latest seventh-generation Intel processors complemented by NVIDIA GeForce GPU. On the storage front, the devices offer 2GB of video RAM, 1TB SSHD of hybrid storage, and up to 8GB SSD as far as the internal storage is concerned. The laptop is powered by a battery that outputs up to 10 hours of life on full charge.

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Moreover, the system also supports HP Fast Charge technology.

The thinnest laptop

According to the company, the HP Spectre x360 is perhaps among the thinnest and lightest offered by HP. The gadget merely measures 0.55 x 12.07 x 8.58-inches and weighs 1.3kg. The laptop features a 13.3-inch IPS full-HD display and packs a battery that outputs 12 hours of life on full charge. According to the company, the laptop takes about 45 minutes to get completely charged. On the storage front, the device offers 16GB of RAM along with 512GB of PCIe SSD. Just like HP Pavillion x360, this too comes equipped with HP’s Image Pad which makes it easy for users to scroll around. Other impressive abilities of both the laptops are the audio systems that power them. Both HP Pavillion x360 and Spectre x360 comes equipped with audio systems made by Bang and Olufsen. Furthermore, they pack dual speakers and support for HP Audio Boost technology as well. This certainly makes the overall audio experience rich and authentic.