The HP Specter x360 is no ordinary convertible notebook. You can blame HP for making its business machines look boring like a copier, but that’s certainly not the case with the Specter line. Paradoxically, the new generation of convertible notebooks introduced at the end of the year gives a cool impression.
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For three years now, the base’s beveled corners have had an aggressively Sharp Specter x360 design, with connectors placed uniquely. The new generation doesn’t change the location of the connectors, but it feels a little less crazy.
The previously aggressive sharp lines and distinctive two-tone contrast of black surfaces with polished copper edges have calmed down quite a bit this year. Everything is more pleasant to the touch, but you’ll still find USB-C in the right rear corner and a new audio connector on the left. There used to be a light switch. They found a new spot in the classic keyboard, which means HP immediately suggests that even though it’s a convertible laptop, tablet mode with the keyboard folded backwards doesn’t count.
Apart from the blue design, it will also be gray. You’ll appreciate the huge 16:10 display while drawing. You can magnetically attach the pen to the right side of the display
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