No I don't know if the 2nd article is talking about the older Spectre because I saw an article with the battery life of 14 not 6 hours.
I have narrowed down my laptop search to the new XPS 13 and the new Spectre X360. They both have the new Kaby lake intel processors and both released earlier this month. For $1,299 I can get the XPS 13 with an i7, 8GB of memory, a 256 GB SSD, with a non-touch FHD display. With the HP for the same price, I can get the exact same processor, but with 16 GB of memory, a 512 GB SSD, and a touch FHD display.
It would appear to be no contest in favor of the HP, but I guess I'm just wondering what makes the Dell more expensive. Is there something I'm missing? Thanks guys.
The Dell is a smaller size screen with thin bezels(more money there), true spec wise the HP is better than the xps 13. The touch FHD and the spec of the Spectre WILL drain your battery faster than the xps 13 so your choice essentially comes down to mobility vs power. If money is no issue that is, I personally would have liked the xps 13 but I needed more horse power and ram so I went with the HP spectre.
Did you make your choice already?
I am also struggling to choose HP x360 or Dell XPS13 with kaby lake.
It is important to notify that Dell XPS13 has 2 USB3.0 + USB C+ SD slot ...
I think, for comparison, we should include to the HP spectre x360, the price of an adapter USB C to hdmi / SD slot / USB 3.0
Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly
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