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Apple MacBook Air (M1) Vs. HP Spectre x360 14 (Intel)

The CRN Test Center compares the latest MacBook Air, featuring Apple’s M1 chip, with HP’s Spectre x360 14, powered by 11th-Gen Intel Core processors.

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Price

Apple’s MacBook Air with M1 comes out as the more affordable laptop in this comparison, with the starting MacBook Air price at $999. That makes it $170 cheaper than the starting price for the HP Spectre x360 14, which starts out at $1,169.99. However, as noted earlier, the Spectre x360 14 with the Core i7 processor will be most comparable to the MacBook Air with M1 on performance (though it still doesn’t quite match the M1 on speed). To get the Spectre x360 14 with Core i7, you’ll need to pay another $150—totaling $1,319.99—or about $320 more than the MacBook Air.

One additional note: pricing will vary for the Spectre x360 14 based on the display choice, as well—with the OLED display option adding $170 to the price. Selecting the integrated privacy screen will increase the price by $80.

 
 
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