HP Spectre x360 Price List April, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

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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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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Screen Size

14"

OS

Windows 10

Battery Life

14h

Backlit Keyboard

Yes

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Cheapest HP Spectre x360 Price in Philippines is ₱ 7,500.00

The HP Spectre x360 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest HP Spectre x360 price in Philippines is ₱ 7,500.00 from Shopee. HP Spectre x360 price details are updated April 2021.

HP Spectre x360 Price Guide

Price List by Country for HP Spectre x360

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 12.500.000 ₱ 41,470.00
Malaysia MYR 3,687.85 ₱ 43,252.00
Philippines PHP 7,500.00 ₱ 7,500.00
Singapore SGD 1,200.00 ₱ 43,392.00
Thailand THB 38,180 ₱ 58,811.00
Vietnam VND 8.900.000 ₱ 18,793.00

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HP Spectre x360 Specs

Display
Screen Size 14"
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Technology LED
Platform
OS Windows 10
Battery
Battery Life 14h
Features
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Touch Screen Yes
Fingerprint Reader Yes
Design
Weight 1.1kg
Body Material Aluminium
Storage
Storage Type SSD
Graphics
Graphic Card Intel UHD Graphics
Connector Ports
HDMI Yes
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Type-C Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
DVI No
Card Reader Yes
USB No
Thunderbolt Yes
VGA No
DisplayPort Yes
Camera
Webcam Resolution HD
Memory
RAM Type DDR4
Packaging Data
Warranty 2 Years
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11b

HP Spectre X360 Philippines - Evolves to Suit Your Preference

The HP Spectre x360 is now more powerful and feature-rich than ever. Just when you think this premium line couldn’t possibly get any better, HP takes it to a whole new level in 2020. This latest addition to the line brings in key updates and new features while also bringing back all the features everyone knows and loves.

Rocking an impressive brand-new processor, the Intel Core i7-1065G7, which is an absolute powerhouse of a chip, as well as the flashy new Iris Plus integrated graphics and a RAM that’s doubled, the HP Spectre x360 can contend with its big and bulky peers rocking discrete graphics cards.

Design

Straight out of the box, it’s clear that the HP Spectre x360 is a high-quality piece of hardware. The brushed metal finish means the whole laptop feels robust, and the same build quality extends to the namesake 360-degree hinge that enables it to swap between laptop and tablet modes. Naturally, weight is a factor here. Despite its sturdy chassis, the HP Spectre x360 is as lightweight as they come, weighing in at just over a kilo. It’s easy to hold in one hand, and the near bezel-less screen means that the overall size is only a little larger than the display itself.

The HP Spectre x360’s cooling is handled by two small fans that sit together at the base of the laptop, and while they do run quietly (unless you’re thrashing the CPU with demanding software), they’re not particularly powerful. The screen bezel is practically non-existent, and the display itself is a glorious AMOLED panel. Blacks are black as pitch, while bright colors pop with vibrance and the maximum brightness is great even in well-lit spaces.

Performance

Intel’s 10th-generation laptop CPUs pull their weight and then some, so pairing one with a solid 16GB of high-speed RAM means that the HP Spectre x360 chews up everyday work tasks with ease. Web browsing, streaming videos, and using the Microsoft Office software suite are all smooth and easy to do on the HP Spectre x360. This 2-in-1 isn’t satisfied with just that, of course. More complex tasks like rendering and video encoding are more of an option here thanks to the expanded memory and new, more powerful processor.

Of course, if you’re working with high-intensity software on the regular, you might want a system with a more powerful graphics solution. Gaming on the HP Spectre x360 is definitely an option too, although only at the decidedly casual end of the spectrum. Recent triple-A releases aren’t likely to run well without severely dropping the resolution and graphical quality, but slightly older games or titles without demanding graphics should run fine.

Battery Life

Battery life is one of the only areas where the HP Spectre x360 doesn’t outright excel. The battery life is still good; standard use will see it last all workday, around 10 hours, without needing to charge. As with previous models of the HP Spectre x360, higher intensity tasks will batter that battery, cutting it down as low as 4 hours.

The battery does charge quite fast thanks to the USB-C connector, charging from empty to 100% in barely more than an hour. It’s easy to charge while in use, too, thanks to the angled USB-C port ensuring that the power cable won’t get in your way.

Reviews of HP Spectre x360

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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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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computerworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-19
Every laptop should have a twist like this.After using an HP Spectre x360 for about six weeks now, I can tell you this is a rock-solid business laptop. I won't bore you with the full specs, since they are just a click away and (really) most laptops use a ...
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windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-05
During Microsoft's annual Build conference last week, the company gave out thousands of HP Spectre x360 Ultrabooks to attendees. Granted, the more than $2k price tag that it takes to attend Build subsidizes the 'give away', but the tradition is always one...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-13
Love the hinge. Okay, sure, maybe 99% of the time I don't need to use it as a tablet, but it's just so effortless to transform that I do it anyways. It just screams: “Why don't all laptops bend over backwards this way?”, The silver-and-black construction...
It's not as pronounced here as on some other thin metal laptops, but the Spectre still has sharp metal edges right under your wrists. Why, laptop manufacturers? Why do you subject us to this?, Advertisement, Advertisement, The speakers get decently loud,...
“Oooh, whats that?” Its the reaction I get every time I pull out the new HP Spectre x360 in a coffee shop. It hasnt failed yet. Java fiends always want to know where I got such a good-looking laptop—and theyre always surprised when I tell them the ans...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-10
Sexy milled aluminum chassis, Reasonably priced at $1,000
Throttles under heavy CPU loads, Big and heavy
HP's new Spectre x360 is a convertible, a recent branch of the laptop's family tree born out of the belief that tablets would take over the world. Now that we know there's room for both laptops and tablets after all, convertibles still bridge the gap, wit...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-06
screen, Competitive pricing
The keyboard is mediocre, I always want more RAM
The HP Spectre x360 is a straightforward proposition. It's a PC Ultrabook that, like so many others, is clearly inspired by the MacBook Air: metal body, thin and light, favoring portability and longevity over performance or expandability. To that basic pa...
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tuaw.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-03
Attractive, wellmade design, Long battery life, Colorful screen, good viewing angles, Comfortable keyboard, Fast performance, Reasonably priced
A bit heavy for a 13inch laptop, even one with a convertible design, Relative heaviness makes it less practical to use as a tablet, Touchpad offers a bit too much friction
The Spectre x360 is HP's newest flagship notebook. It's also probably the closest you'll get to seeing Microsoft build its own laptop. You see, though the machine has Hewlett-Packard's name on it, HP designed it in close collaboration with engineers from ...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-12
Long battery life, Stylish design, Sturdy hinges, Bright display
Uncomfortable to hold as tablet, Bottom runs warm
Is it a laptop, tablet or both? The HP Spectre x360 13t Touch, the latest in HP's line of Yoga-like systems, fills the gap between the company's previous 11- and 15-inch systems designed to flip from notebook to slate -- and everything in between. Startin...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-10
Slim, stylish design. Smooth geared hinge. Fifth-generation Intel Core i5 processor. All-day battery life. Extra-wide touchpad. Minimal bloatware.
Bottom Line, The HP Spectre x360 13t midrange convertible-hybrid laptop combines premium, all-metal construction, a refined portable design, and solid performance that matches that of more expensive systems
When HP wants to impress people, it turns loose its top designers on its Spectre premium model line of laptops and ultrabooks. The latest offering is the HP Spectre x360 13t (13-4003) ($999.99 as tested), a convertible-hybrid laptop that combines some of ...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-08
Gorgeous aluminum body, Fantastic keyboard, Dual-display support via HDMI and MiniDisplayPort, All-day battery
Super reflective screen, A little heavy
Windows laptops are cool again. After a boring year for both desktops and ultrabooks , the PC story's different this year.PC manufacturers are actually making a concerted effort to sell laptops with premium designs at reasonable prices. Asus's ZenBook UX3...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-03
The HP Spectre x360 has a solid aluminum body, smooth 360-degree hinges, an excellent display and very long battery life
It's heavier than a MacBook Air, and like many similar hybrids, it leaves the keyboard exposed in tablet mode. Higher-end screen options could limit battery life
HP is looking to put a new spin on a well-established idea with the Spectre x360. This new-for-2015 Windows hybrid laptop doesn't break any new ground -- its foldback hinge allows for easy conversion to "tablet" mode -- the combination of premium metal co...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-01
Gorgeous looks, top notch materials and design. Good performance, display supports both touch and active pen, Reasonable price for what you get
White on silver keyboard backlight doesn't offer much contrast
We've rarely met an HP Spectre model that we didn't like, and the x360 is no exception. It's simply stunning looking, it's as well made as any Mac and the price is...
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notebookreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-01
SPEED—faster than any thinandlight laptop has a right to be, Excellent battery life, Premium fit and finish
ClickPad has leftclick/rightclick problems, Integrated Intel graphics are just “okay”, May not be enough to sway MacBook fanboys
If you are looking for a truly impressive laptop with premium build quality, fantastic specs with solid performance, great battery life, and wrapped in an attractive thin-and-light package, then you've probably been shopping for a MacBook. HP is hoping to...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-01
Nice Display, Excellent performance, Fast bootup, Great Build Quality, Excellent battery life, Competitive Pricing
Relatively large screen bezel
HP used the Mobile World Congress event currently taking place in Barcelona, Spain to launch what may be one of the company's most exciting notebooks ever, the Spectre X360. Like the previous-generation Spectre, the new X360 is a thin and light premium, m...
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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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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 ages;
Trackpad 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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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-05-13
Excellent, solid constuction, Powerful Core i7 inside, All the trimmings — SD card, upgradeable memory
Keyboard isn't perfect, Battery life great, but not up to HP's claims, Design may turn off some
2 in 1 laptops can take many different forms. They can twist, they can detach, they can rotate. This one flips. The HP Spectre x360 is a regular laptop for the most part, and it does an absolutely sterling job of being a regular laptop whenever you need i...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-05-01
Excellent, solid constuction, Powerful Core i7 inside, All the trimmings — SD card, upgradeable memory
Keyboard isn't perfect, Battery life great, but not up to HP's claims, Design may turn off some
“Oooh, what's that?” It's the reaction I get every time I pull out the new HP Spectre x360 in a coffee shop. It hasn't failed yet. Java fiends always want to know where I got such a good-looking laptop — and they're always surprised when I tell them the a...
Read more >
gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-04-28
Please enable JavaScript to watch this video.This is it! It's the flagship 2 in 1 laptop for 2015 from HP and Intel called the Spectre x360. It's fast, it's affordable and it's in our review labs.Gizmodo loves technology. Our product reviews are presented...
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