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Review: HP Spectre 360 A Perfect Mix Of Style, Form, Function

HP Inc. delivers a brushed-aluminum laptop with a new 6th Generation Intel i7 processor, making it one of the best-looking, best-priced and best-performing laptops in its class.

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HP gets hardware essentials right. With a price tag of $1,500, the laptop features an aluminum unibody chassis that weighs in at 3.17 pounds, is 0.63 of an inch thick, 12.8 inches wide and 8.6 inches deep. The laptop also sports a 13.3-inch touch-screen display with a hinge that swivels 360 degrees -- turning the laptop into a convertible that can be used as a tablet.

Unlike Microsoft’s Surface Book, which has a detachable display, the Spectre display does not detach. The Spectre is 8.9 percent lighter and 30 percent thinner than the Surface Book. It also is lighter than the MacBook Pro, which weighs 3.48 pounds, and can only be used in laptop mode. The Spectre is also thinner than Apple’s laptop, which is 0.71 of an inch thick.

 
 
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