HP Spectre x360: The power you want, the performance you need

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Laptops have become ubiquitous and are often the most used tool in our daily lives. It’s how we get work done during the day and how we relax in the evening. But each of our lives are different so we often need different things from laptops and use them in different ways. 

Smartphones are even more personal devices for many people and for several years now they have adapted software that learns how you use your phone and adapts to you to give you the best possible experience. For example, when you’re gaming many phones will boost the processing and graphics power to give you a better experience than when you’re reading the news in the morning. 

Now, your laptop can do the same thing.

HP has made high-quality computers including the beautiful Spectre X360 line of laptops and its latest line of Windows 11 devices are just as beautiful and powerful as ever. 

Built on trusted Intel performance, you can get either a Core i5 or Core i7 processor with up to 16 GB of RAM and a whopping 2 TB of storage to keep track of all your stuff. 

And to make sure you don’t miss a single pixel of what you’re watching or creating, you can get up to a crystal clear 4K display on the 15- and 16-inch models. 

You’ve also got all the right ports for everything you need, including USB-C, USB-A, and Thunderbolt 4 and HDMI support on the larger models. 

Although battery life will vary depending on how you use your computer, the latest Spectre X360 lineup comes with an all-day battery so you never have to worry about juicing up while you’re out. 

The SmartSense Difference

But specs are only part of the story when it comes to laptops. You also need a computer that’s adaptable to your workflow and has the right software to help you work and play. 

The new Spectre X360 laptops take advantage of HP’s new SmartSense technology which automatically detects how you work on your laptop and adjust the power consumption to give you more power when you need it and conserve battery life when you don’t. 

For example, when you pause to consider your next great idea, SmartSense slows down the processor and reduces the power load so you can keep creating even longer.

The new lineup of the latest Spectre x360 laptop also ships with Windows 11, the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system. And, of course, they all retain the 2-in-1 flexibility that lets you work, or play, whichever way you like. 

For everything you do on your laptop, you need a computer that’s powerful enough to handle whatever you throw at it, but smart enough to know what you need, when you need it. HP’s latest line of Spectre x360 laptops learn how you work and power up when inspiration hits and slow things down when it’s time to relax.

Check out the Spectre x360 here