Readers, meet HP’s new Spectre x2 convertible. (video link)
Convertibles and detachables are ideal for people who need versatility but only want one device. Microsoft’s Surface Pro ran on that idea and became a convenient multi-use product for many. However, the newest update to the Surface Pro left a lot to be desired, and other OEMs are jumping on this opportunity to out-Surface the Surface Pro.
HP’s updated Spectre x2 fine-tunes the original device’s design while giving the internals a power boost from Core M to Core i5/i7 for better productivity.
The Spectre x2 is also more affordable than the Surface Pro and includes its keyboard and pen in the box rather than forcing customers to pay extra for them. HP’s Spectre x2 challenges the value of the Surface Pro while also trying to prove to users that you can make a two-in-one your main PC without much compromise.
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