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Posted by: ManuKaracho
« on: February 25, 2016, 13:07:21 »

It's a pity notebookcheck rarely answers any questions to their (great!!) reviews :(
Posted by: Nick Dawkins
« on: February 19, 2016, 13:03:15 »

Can we get a review of the 4K display?  Would like to know black levels, delta-E and so on for that one too.

Or, even just a link to/name of the panel that will be used for the 4K one, so that I can check that out.
Thanks
Posted by: ManuKaracho
« on: February 18, 2016, 10:52:38 »

1. The speakers aren't Bang and Olufsen - they are standard generic parts; it's "audio by B&O" - i.e. they provided some graphic equalizer settings. Misleading, yes, and HP deserve to be called out on this.

2. The USB type-C is only 3.0, not 3.1 as stated. You can't use it for charging, displayport, or thunderbolt like you can on the Dell XPS.

Bilbo, do you know if the 4k / intel iris version has full usb 3.1 type-c ?
Posted by: Xcod
« on: February 18, 2016, 03:26:09 »

No review at all at the stylus?
http://store.hp.com/wcsstore/hpusstore/Treatment/pegx360_craftsmanship_img1_1036x443.jpg

I wanted to know which maker it uses. Wacom/Atmel/Synaptics?
Maybe at the 4K SKU?
Posted by: Bilbo
« on: February 17, 2016, 01:05:35 »

1. The speakers aren't Bang and Olufsen - they are standard generic parts; it's "audio by B&O" - i.e. they provided some graphic equalizer settings. Misleading, yes, and HP deserve to be called out on this.

2. The USB type-C is only 3.0, not 3.1 as stated. You can't use it for charging, displayport, or thunderbolt like you can on the Dell XPS.
Posted by: fmyhr
« on: February 16, 2016, 15:32:34 »

Thank you for the very nice review.

I love that it's easy to remove the back of this Spectre x360 to access the SSD, WLAN card, battery, and fan. In contrast, the extreme difficulty of servicing the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book is a big turn-off.

Personally I'd love it if HP could offer a fanless configuration with an M3 or M5.

Would also love an option to purchase with a factory-installed anti-glare screen film, like Lenovo does with ThinkPad Yogas.

Do you have plans to test a configuration with the 4k screen?

Does the 15.6" Spectre x360 support an active stylus? (Previous 13.3" models have supported a Synaptics stylus from HP or Dell.)
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: February 16, 2016, 10:23:54 »

15-inch convertible done right. Smaller convertibles like the Yoga 900 tend to work very well due to the lighter and more portable form factor. Scaling up to a 15-inch screen size has proven difficult, but HP is the first to hit it out of the park.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/HP-Spectre-x360-15-ap011dx-Convertible-Review.159134.0.html

 
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