Our tests could not quite achieve that but battery life was better than most.It is a premium product with high-end, natural silver finishes.The IPS display offers good viewing angles, accurate colour and even colour distribution.s RGB means it offers a viewing environment designed to match typical home and office viewing conditions.
It has a two USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports on the right side.There is nothing wrong at all with the 7th generation models – the new CPUs are more a refresh than a huge leap forward. I was also impressed with HP’s claim of 16 hours and 45 minutes battery life in general Windows 10 use.HP Australian Website: There is none as this is a retail model. HP also claims 12 hours and 15 minutes for 1080p video playback.There are times you need tent style, presentation mode, flat or tablet mode and this does it all.It is a 13.3”, 1920 x 1080, 16:9, 166ppi, 300 nits, 72% Adobe RGB, 100% s RGB.It is in the same screen league as the Dell XPS 13, Asus Zen Book etc. It heaps of memory headroom for Office 365, web browsing, video/audio playback etc.The Intel 8th generation Core i7-8550U, 1.8/4GHz is a 4-core, 8-thread, low power use notebook processor. In fact, 8GB does everything that the i5 processor can handle.She has an earlier model Spectre x360 in Dark Ash (mocha) and Copper Lux highlights (rose gold). However when she saw that the new one did not have an HDMI or copious USB-A expansion ports she cooled a little.Thunderbolt 3 expansion options are later in the review.Spectre is a range comprising x360, a traditional laptop, and an x2 detachable tablet (Surface-like).The 8th generation Intel Core processors are slowly flowing throughout the range.