|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Hard Drive||256 GB SSD|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7.75 hours|
Hp Spectre X360 13-4101dx N5R93UA 2-in-1 Intel Core I7 256gb Solid State Drive 8gb Memory 13.3-inch Touch Screen Laptop Windows 10 - Natural Silver/black (Certified Refurbished)
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The HP Spectre x360 is a high performance laptop, big-screen convertible laptop PC new model from HP with maximum high-efficiency performance, a brilliant Full HD display, a stunning graphics, premium sound system, amazing battery life. plenty of ports and advanced features you need at affordable price. Its 360-degree hinge design allows you to switch between tablet, tent, stand and tablet with ease and you can use it everywhere you go. The Spectre x360 Series laptop offer premium & stylish design with ultra thin and lightweight, measuring 0.6"" 12.79"" 8.6"" (HWD), and it weighs 3.17 pounds. The size is great for carrying. The inside laptop has 3-cell lithium-ion battery that you can work or play all day up to 7.75 hours of battery life on a single charge. You can carry it anywhere without worrying about the battery. The 13.3-inch features a Full HD LED-backlitIPS touchscreen, display has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, delivers sharp visuals and brilliant colors which is perfect for viewing photos, watching movies and HD entertainment content. Including a 10-finger touch makes it easy to browse apps, surf web and play games. The 13-4101dx x360 delivers multimedia performance and stunning visuals for multimedia, games and enhance image quality. It's powered by Intel Core i7-5500U is a high-performance dual-core processor for laptops or ultrabooks of 5th Gen based on Broadwell arcihtecture, 4MB L3 cache, 2.4GHz speed, Turbo boost technology with 8GB memory delivers blazing-fast performance, energy saving and great for run multimedia apps, video editing software, modern games, heavy work and multitasking with ease.
Top Customer Reviews
Love this laptop.
Fast, beautiful, light, quality feel. The battery life is as good as they say. Keyboard is great too. Much better than the Yoga's.
Picture quality is glorious and the flexibility of the screen is very handy. Tablet mode is a nice bonus that works well for reading or playing solitaire.
No true complaints here.
If you're planning on using this as a legit tablet, you might want to look elsewhere. It's a little unwieldy in one hand, and though it's light for a laptop, it's heavy for a tablet. Also, the Windows home button is on the side rather than on screen like it is on most tablets. It's not really necessary since the actual start button is back, but still, it's kind of odd placement.
Also, the wide mouse pad seems unnecessary. It's easy to miss clicks at first, but you start to get used to it. You'll want to play around with the Synaptic settings a bit to suit your style (and also if you want to game with the keyboard and mouse pad. By default, you can't press keys and move the mouse at the same time).
Speaking of gaming...
With the integrated graphics, you won't be running any modern games, but if you have some early-mid 2000s games in your Steam library, those will run great. Had Doom 3 running smoothly with higher settings.
I looked at a lot of hybrids before deciding on this one. Frankly, even at the full price, the cost-to-quality can't be beat on this thing. For $899, it's a friggin steal. Also, this is my 3rd HP laptop, and though I liked the previous 2 a lot, the aluminum casing of this thing puts it in a whole different league.
Personally, I max out at 4-5 hours even with minimum brightness and light web usage. Some users in HP's online forums report as low as 2-3 hours with bare bones usage. I contacted HP's warranty service and was escalated to case management. Here are the excuses they provided me, as well as other customers:
1) "4-5 hours is normal for this computer; the 12.5 hour estimate is for idle/standby time (i.e. lid shut with screen off)."
False. Many users can and do report getting close to 12.5 hours with very conservative usage. CNET's video playback drain test ran 12 hours (near minimum brightness). PCMag's battery drain test ran 8 hr 45 min on 50% brightness. It seems that some units are defective (like mine), while others are not.
2) "Your battery only has 3 cells; the users getting 12.5 hours have more battery cells than you do."
This is an outright lie. Every single HP Spectre x360 model for sale on HP's site has exactly 3 battery cells.
3) "You must be using your computer differently than other users."
Yes, actually. I have dimmed my screen to the minimum, disabled startup programs and bloatware programs, and minimized the number of apps running simultaneously. I have factory reset the laptop and ensured the BIOS is updated. And still, I get half the battery life others get with moderate usage.
My advice: buy at your own risk. I deeply regret my purchase and am now outside the return period because I initially believed it was my fault as HP claimed. If you feel like taking a gamble on battery life, the HP Spectre x360 is otherwise an excellent machine for the reasons mentioned by the other reviewers. It has a beautiful design, responsive touch screen, firm aluminum construction, pleasant keyboard, and a sturdy convertible hinge.
But none of those features do you much good when the battery is dead.
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