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HP Spectre x360 prices in Singapore

Made by HP and co-designed by Microsoft, the HP Spectre X360 presents an array of attractive specs for any user. Sleek and presentable, the HP Spectre X360 is visually appealing with the best of goodies on the inside. Keeping up with the times, the HP Spectre X360 can change shape to adapt to your use. Let’s look at what makes the HP Spectre X360 an attractive notebook while comparing prices below.

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HP Spectre x360 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 14,499,000
Malaysia MYR 4,970
Singapore SGD 2,099
Thailand THB 29,900
Vietnam VND 12,000,000

HP Spectre X360 evolves to suit your preference

The HP Spectre X360 that's available in iprice Singapore comes with a wide array of attractive aesthetic features. Much like HP’s signature laptops and ultrabooks, the HP Spectre X360 sports a polished metal exterior that proudly provides the premium feel. Everything is neatly hidden inside the body while the outer casing hides some neat features. Some of the seductive aspects of this laptop is the ability to change its shape from a regular laptop to a tablet and tent mode. The screen rotates till both the monitor and base are side by side, making it into a tablet-type laptop. The touchscreen gives you the feeling of using a tab. Tent mode is where the laptop can be bent into a tent shape which is said to be for presentations and gaming. This versatile features alone make the HP Spectre X360 an attractive model. The screen comes in at 13 inches while colours are deep and vibrant thanks to its Full HD display. Its glossy finish brings out the colours in every media your use.

Performance of the HP Spectre X360

The HP Spectre X360 has the 2.4 GHz i7 (5500U) processor that keeps it running smooth during more applications. Coupled with 8GB DDR3 RAM and 256 SSD, the HP Spectre X360 is agile enough for gaming and video editing while heavy gaming and editing may cause the speed to reduce a little. The Spectre idles at about 20dB so it is seemingly quiet during normal use. Heat output is also low at around 30 – 40 degrees Celsius. Battery life of the HP Spectre X360 is pretty average while gaming, but you get up to 8 hours during normal usage. Overall, the HP Spectre X360 is a good laptop. The build quality is good, battery life is durable, screen is great and the quality is premium. Although the 360 degree hinge may not be everyone’s cup of tea, this interesting notebook gives you a great overall experience. Get your HP Spectre X360 now from iprice Singapore!

HP Spectre x360 Expert Reviews

gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-10-11
About a month ago, Intel announced its new 8th-gen CPUs, so we put together a little roundup of all the coolest notebooks getting new Core silicon. But one company was notably left off the list, because it didn't have anything to share at that time. Now...
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onmsft.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-28
In an attempt to avoid abstract judgment of the device, I plan to go through different usage cases and mention how the device preforms under stress. The device is not perfect however it does seem to check a fairly long list of features and abilities. The...
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lowyat.net
Reviewed on 2015-12-29
As a premium end laptop line, HP's Spectre series has always upheld a certain level of classy aesthetics and design. The current HP Spectre x360 upholds the premium design promise, but for the first time also introduces an increasingly common folding hing...
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ultrabookreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-02
excellent build quality; perfect screen, with great colors and clarity; pen input; great keyboard and trackpad; solid performance; long battery lifeslightly heavy, making tablet mode a little encumbersome; possible WiFi issues; small rubber feet might lead to scratches; the touchscreen could be a bit smoother
Ever have one of those situations where you need a tablet, but you have a touchscreen laptop? Or you need a laptop, but only have a tablet? You might have filled the void by carrying both, or might have also tried the many 2-in-1 options available out the...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2015-10-27
Regardless, the recent launches of Windows 10 and Intel's 6th-generation Core processors - nicknamed Skylake - have prompted a refresh of HP's portable PCs . We went hands-on at a preview event in London to see what, besides an updated CPU, the latest Spe...
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pcquest.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-06
Stylish Design, Long lasting battery life, With dual video outputs HDMI and mini-DisplayPort, the Spectre x360 can drive two external monitors at onceBottom gets heated thus will be difficult to hold in tablet mode when using for longer periods
13.3", Intel Core i7 5th Generation, Intel HD Graphics 5500, Quad HD Touch screen, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and Windows 8.1 Pro, 1 HDMI, 3 USB Ports, LAN, 1 Mini display port, Dimension: 0.6 x 12.79 x 8.6 inches, Weight - 1.48 KgsPros: Stylish Design, Long last...
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digitalmediaandit.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Performance is great – Switch on is a few seconds and wake up is near as instant as you need. Operation is really sharp, can have loads of applicaitons open and multiple tabs with no slow down. Renders video, animations etc in Adobe products and Serif pro...
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theaustralian.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-12
Listen really closely, and you can hear the cries of Windows laptop users.Windows 10 is truly great, but it doesn't put an end to the affliction caused by inferior screens, carpal-tunnel-inducing trackpads, Tupperware-like plastic, short-lived batteries...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2015-08-09
Construction Quality, Keyboard & Trackpad, Fast SSDSlightly Heavy, Average Battery
Although I am a Mac user, I can still appreciate, or at times, even be envious of some of the Windows based laptops. Take for example, the Dell XPS 13 we reviewed recently, or the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 released a few months back. Both are quite incredib...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-06
Lisa Gade compares the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12 2nd Gen and the HP Spectre x360 Ultrabooks. Check out our video review of the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12 2nd Gen...
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theregister.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-07-27
The Spectre comes in two flavours. For £1,099 you can have a Core i7 machine with a 2560 x 1440 display, while for two hundred quid less you can have the Core i5 version with a 1920 x 1080 screen. For your nine hundred nicker you are still getting a reas...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-07-15
At $2400 this is an expensive notebook PC, at least by today's standards. But how quickly we forget those branded “laptop” displays in boutique stores back in, say, 2002 where gloriously plastic and chunky machines boasted of their 256MB RAM as halogen sp...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-08
While it might sound a bit like a Bond villain, the HP Spectre x360 laptop promises to be as sharp as one of Q's gadgets, boasting a 360 degree rotating display, a slick aluminium chassis and a claimed battery life of around 12 hours. Can it live up to it...
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cybershack.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-06-30
Polished industrial design, Powerful internals, Great screen,Unwieldy as a tablet, Large bezels add bulk, Overly wide trackpad,
The Spectre x360 is easily HP's most premium notebook yet, at least in terms of appearance. HP has swapped out its large, circular logo - typically found centred on the rear of its devices - for a subtly embossed typeface spelling out its name in full. Pl...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-06-18
Impressively spec'd, Fantastic sharp and bright screen, Beautifully built, Great design, and one of HP's best in agesTrackpad size is a little ridiculous, and sometimes results in errant clicking, Battery could be better, No backlighting options beyond on and off
HP's Spectre was one of the surprise laptops from last year, and a return for HP to the quality laptop space. Can the latest generation of Spectre keep the quality up, or does it fade away like the ghost of its name?If you were curious about HP's 2014 Spe...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-06-17
Superbly thin, Vibrant, bright display, Excellent performance and battery lifeToo heavy to use as a tablet, Weird, wide trackpad
If it transforms, it'll probably look ugly. This is basically the precedent that has been set by anything that can change from one form to another from Transformers realized as toys to even real-life amphibious and flying cars. This hasn't been more true...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-17
Lisa Gade compares the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 and the HP Spectre x360 Ultrabooks. Check out our video review of the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 at: Check out our video review of the HP Spectre x360 at: Check out our written review of the HP Spectre x360...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-11
Good value, solid performance, versatile hinge, classy design, strong battery lifeWeedy speakers, a shade heavier than some, entry-level model has 4GB RAM
We've long heard Apple lauded for its laptop ranges, but the Cupertino company has arguably taken its eye off the ball of late: the MacBook Air looks a bit stale these days and the MacBook Pro hasn't changed much in a few years . That gives Windows lapto...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-08
two practical configurations available, robust and very attractive unibody chassis, light, flawless build quality, great aluminum surfaces, sophisticated appearance, different modes like tablet thanks to the 360 degrees hinge, good port selection for thi...Lid bounces heavily and for a long time during movements, and cannot be opened with one hand, Ethernet adaptor only 10/100 Mbps, no maintenance hatch, keyboard illumination cannot be dimmed and is slightly uneven, black value too high, which affe
Enduring beauty. I want a light 13-inch notebook, a tablet, a high-quality as well as great looking chassis, and really long battery runtimes. But that are 4 wishes at once, that's really not possible! Yes it is. The big surprise in our in-depth review...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2015-05-26
Beautiful,Terrific screen, Thin and portable, Great battery lifeBatery not user replaceable, No Ethernet port
It used to be that unboxing and opening up a new notebook was a bit of a novelty, spurring excitement at what new designs, features and performance a particular manufacturer's latest offering would boast. As the market became increasingly flooded with mor...
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