When I reviewed the HP Spectre last year, I was intrigued and impressed by its technological achievement. At launch, it was the slimmest ultrabook in the market and did not compromise on performance by offering less powerful Intel Core M processors. Instead, the machine used powerful U-series chips which were fan-cooled. However, for the HP Spectre 13, the company focused on ‘form before function’, which ultimately resulted in smaller battery life and some throttling issues. This year, HP is bringing the Spectre x360 to India, which is also a premium ultrabook, but for this, HP has reversed its approach, which I believe is the better and a more practical one follow.
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