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24 Hours with the Spectre x360

With our day to day lives getting busier we now rely on our tech more then ever to keep us on track.

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Life is a juggling act. Family, life, business. Fitting everything into just 24 hours a day is no simple thing, but with the right mobile companion things can get a lot easier.

Enter the HP Spectre x360. From the hot desk to home, few devices deliver that balance between quality work performance and a slick digital lifestyle experience. It's the ideal companion for both digital work and play.

In 2017, HP refines the Spectre x360, to deliver a "strikingly designed product that doesn't sacrifice function for form".

And to top that all off, it's also described as delivering " a dynamite balance of design, performance and features for the money".

The Spectre x360 features the latest 7th Generation Intel Core processors, which means it delivers maximised performance when you need it but also knows how to look after battery life. That's essential when you can't slow down to wait for a charge.

Our independent review showed HP has really delivered on this front, somehow fitting "a bigger more powerful battery, which lasted almost 10 hours on our streaming video test". But when you do need to top off that battery, you've also got HP Fast Charge, which gets you back up to 90% in just 90 minutes. Fast Charge takes you from completely drained to 50% charged in just 30 minutes with a 65 watt adapter.

Facial recognition get you back to work even faster, making login a breeze, while Windows Hello provides hassle-free password management to keep you working instead of desperately trying to remember your latest clever mnemonics.

HP's Spectre x360 also features Windows 10 - the most "vastly improved vision for the future of computing" to come to the market in the last two years. Switch between tablet and desktop mode with no fuss and get comfortable with the powerful Cortana digital assistant. It "bridges the gap between PCs and tablets without alienating anyone".

All that power skips over the first thing you notice with the HP Spectre x360 - its amazing looks. This really is a head turner and that is a great demonstration of how this notebook is just as at home at work as at play.

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This gorgeous ash silver and copper package goes from being a work machine to an entertainment device at the touch of a button. Stunning Bang & Olufsen speakers deliver punch in a presentation just as they make your Netflix sessions come to life. And edge-to-edge touchscreen comes in Full HD or even Ultra HD flavours to really take image quality to another level.

There's simply no need to compromise style for. Machines like the HP Spectre x360 go from work to entertainment without skipping a beat and without the need to sacrifice battery life, sound or picture quality.

It's a competitive world. That juggling act is harder than ever. Choosing a convertible as well balanced as the HP Spectre x360 will give you the edge you're looking for.

Top HP Spectre x360 Features:

7 Powerful Intel Core i7 Processor

Long battery life

A beautiful back-flipping hybrid screen

A relatively thin aluminum frame

Audio by Bang & Olufsen

Panel that runs at 1920 x 1080 pixels

Enough ports to plug in two monitors, a mouse, keyboard, a USB thumb drive and SD card simultaneously

16GB DDR3 SDRAM 1, 866MHz

128MB dedicated Intel HD Graphics 620

802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.2