It is such a super fast processor. I adviced you for purchase this laptop.
I bought it from a HP showroom in my town and highly satisfide with computer. its one of the best laptop that I have used ever . it comes with intel Core i7 - 8 GB/256 GB SSD/Windows 8.1 / 13.3 inch, Silver colour and weight is 1.48 kg approx. I had an Apple MacBook air 13 inches with intel core i5 and 256gb ssd that was having faster booting speed and lot of other attraction that hp spectre is not having but I was not able to use apple laptop for my most of the official uses due to restrictions of software licence and also changes in user interface. Hence I sold it out and then bought HP spectre and enjoying my work till then. Only regret is that it was a bit overpriced as I had bought it for Rs1,30,000/-
It's a poorly kept secret that HP has been gunning for the Apple MacBook Air with its Spectre series. Continuing that trend, the American computer bigwig has launched the Spectre x360, calling the laptop its 'most premium' computer offering yet. The device features a slim 15.9mm CNC aluminium chassis and weighs a mere 1.5kgs. The dull silver finish is polished metal achieved using a single machined cut. It also goes full-hybrid by flipping itself over; the screen turns a full 360-degrees to turn the device into a tablet when needed. While it won't exactly stand out on its own in the looks department, it does have impressive innards. To start with, the 13.3-inch touch display is available in two resolution options: full-HD (1920x1080) and QHD (2560x1440). Processor options are either Intel 'Broadwell' Core i5 or Core i7, the RAM chip can be either 4GB or 8GB, while SSD storage options vary from 128GB to 512GB. Despite the impressive hardware, HP still claims that battery life will be in the range of 12 hours. Models with the 4K display will also feature Panel Self Refresh technology, which holds images on the screen to allow portions of the PC to power down when nothing on-screen is moving, which is one of the reasons why HP can claim such an impressive battery figure. The full-HD version has gone on sale in the United States already, starting at $900 (roughly Rs. 55,700) for the full-HD, 4GB RAM, Core i5, 128GB SSD model, with pricing going up to $1,400 (roughly Rs. 86,600) for the top-end QHD, 8GB RAM, Core i7, 512GB SSD model that will become available in the US spring.
I got it from my company. The only configuration difference is that I have 512 GB disk space instead of 256 GB in this one. Pros:- Sleek - Ultra thin and light weighted. Back lit keyboard. You can turn it and use it as a pad. Very handy when watching a video. Start up time is decent faster than most HP windows machines I have seen. Last but not the least, looks gorgeous Does have a dedicated HDMI port. Responsive UI when used as a pad. Cons- Heats up sometime especially the upper left corner of the keyboard Has no dedicated keys for HOME and END. That is big whoops if you are a developer. No LAN port in mine + No port to connect a projector. Skin is very glossy so staring longer while coding may cause some eye strain.
It costs 60% less in US What is HP trying to do ? Trying to act like Apple ? The laptop is lightweight and has SSD,that is the advantage. But why will we Indians pay such an insane price ?
A class Laptop from the House of HP ! I have been using macbook in the past few days and found that its little difficult to handle and uderstand the controll etc because its new plateform for me as typical windows user. So I bought it from A HP store and using it from last 2 days its a great looking Notebook Thnaks to HP for making such a lovely and sexy machine:-) Pros: 1- Screen/Display : the best display i ever viewed in laptops. 2- Decent Sound quality (but the Best) 3- Keyboard : Its smooth and much soft, the backlight i love that. 4- SSD makes it boots at a great speed it takes less than 30 seconds to start. 5-Trackpad- is very good. 6- Battery- It provides a great battery life (3-4 hours based on your usage) 7- Aluminium Body also makes it lightweight, portable(handy) and gives a premium look. Cons: 1- No CD/DVD ROM(Writer) 2-very expensive 3-The present O/S windows 8.1does not supports my exting software. that I was using on Windows 7
The laptop is a very good convertible, but the pricing is not at all understandable . A laptop which is $1190 in US.. how come it becomes Rs 135000. I can take a flight to dubai and buy this laptop for lesser price. This is also true for all models which are not launched in India.
This is a little expensive but worth every penny, this laptop is made with the collaboration of Microsoft and HP and you can truly feel the difference.
just one line can explain it, in United States price for same config 1200$ and in India 1.3 lakhs . 1200 usd is approx 76k so unless taxes are like 80% plus US taxes in India there is something wrong with this insane pricing of hp HP india has gone mad . its like they dont want to sell , firstly they should bring in low config with i5 processor that has 1000 usd price . price it in the range of 70k to 80k , then you might find some takers
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