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HP Spectre x360 prices 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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HP Spectre x360 Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 11,000,000
Malaysia MYR 3,917
Philippines PHP 12,795
Singapore SGD 87
Thailand THB 63,990
Vietnam VND 18,800,000

About HP Spectre x360 Philippines

HP Spectre X360 Philippines - evolves to suit your preference

The HP Spectre X360 comes in to Malaysia 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 Philippines

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.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2017-02-23
HP just lauched their newest premium laptop, the company's thinnest laptop Spectre made into a 2-in-1 with a rotating display. Called the Spectre x360, it's positioned as the most versatile premium laptop of the company.The Spectre x360 revolves into a 36...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-11
Note: This article was first published on April 7, 2016.Let's face it. The consumer PC market is so competitive and saturated that it has become quite difficult to be impressed by new product launches that usually offer more of the same. There's simply a...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-06
near 100 percent sRGB coverage; very accurate colors and grayscale out of the box, true 4K UHD; beautiful display with high contrast, Active Pen stylus included with each purchase, light and portable for practical tablet mode, USB 3.0 TypeA 2x Thunderbolt...very limited Turbo Boost performance; i77500U multithread underperforms just slightly, sensitive system fans; loud fans during mediumhigh loads, larger footprint than XPS 13; lid is slightly more flexible, backlight brightness could be brighter and more...
Spectre spectacle. HP introduced the redesigned Spectre x360 FHD last November with the promise of a 4K UHD version in early 2017. The manufacturer has finally delivered with the Spectre x360 13-ac033dx, though the 4K SKU will cost a hefty $1600 USD...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-22
Sexy metal unibody design with a flexible 360degree hinge. Top notch performance thanks to Kaby Lake and ultrafast SSD storage. Thin and light but still packs USBA. Affordable across entire hardware rangeNot the greatest tablet experience. Somewhat odd keyboard layout
High-end laptops released by HP over the last 12 months have seriously impressed me. The HP Spectre is a fantastic ultra-slim and light notebook with a beautiful chassis. When I reviewed the Spectre last year I was amazed at how far HP's engineering and d...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-19
2015's HP Spectre x360 was a great-looking convertible laptop. It was a well-designed premium Windows ultraportable, and it remained one of the most polished convertible offerings in Malaysia. But HP upped the ante when it announced a new iteration of the...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-25
Typically, the way for me to test if a laptop is actually usable, is to type a review on it. Every laptop that I've reviewed has taken this test, and the Spectre x360 will be no exception. I can tell you though that it will be fine, as I've been using thi...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-22
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Reviewed on 2016-12-15
The HP Spectre x360 improves on last year's model with a number of minor design tweaks and upgraded hardware. Together, these changes help to catapult this classy-looking premium hybrid computer to the top of my list for the year. The new Spectre is s...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-15
Just over a year and a half later, the company has now introduced the second generation of its Spectre x360 refresh in both 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch versions. The smaller laptop covered in this review features a near borderless, micro-edge display, Intel's...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-12
Compact, lightweight design, Mostly comfortable typing experience, Long battery life, Convenient Windows Hello login, HP left a fullsize USB port, Good viewing anglesStubborn touchpad, Some shrunken keys, Sometimes runs hot, Fan can get loud, No more HDMI port or SD reader
Here at Engadget, we don't have the time to review every new laptop, but we wanted to make time for HP's redesigned Spectre x360 convertible. After all, when the original came out a year and a half ago, we quickly named it one of our favorite Windows mac...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-01
Windows Hello camera in a compact convertible laptop, Great keyboard and good speakersWide trackpad can be problematic for some, Limited to three total ports for charging, external display, and USB
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Reviewed on 2016-11-01
Lisa Gade compares the new 13” MacBook Pro and the HP Spectre x360, both late 2016 models...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-21
HP's Spectre x360 was one of our favorite laptops of the Broadwell generation. It was a thin, light, stylish ultrabook with solid battery life and a flippy hinge enabling it to be used as a (chunky) tablet or (more usefully) to hold the screen up in the k...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-20
small dimensions; attractive design, 2x USB TypeC w/ Thunderbolt 3, relatively accessible internals, lightweight and portable, long battery life, fast NVMe SSD, wide clickpad, rigid chassisno fingerprint reader, Kensington Lock, or SmartCard reader, inaccurate grayscale and colors before calibration, no display resolutions higher than 1080p, system fans almost always active, no SD reader, mDP, or HDMI ports, uneven keyboard backlight
Best Spectre convertible yet. The 13-inch Spectre x360 series has received a full-blown refresh in time for Kaby Lake and the results are nothing short of impressive...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Gorgeous, slim design, Speedy Intel 7thGen CPU, PCIe SSD, Powerful quadspeaker setup, Wide touchpad, fantastic clicky keyboard, Vibrant, accurate display, Has both USBA and USBC portsNo SD/microSD card slot, Hinge could be a tiny bit stiffer
When I tell people they should buy a 2-in-1 , systems like the HP Spectre x360 are the reason why. It's got all of the utility of a standard laptop, with the flexibility and intimate usability of a tablet. You also get rakish good looks, and it comes with...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-06
Distinct, modern design, World's thinnest laptop (and lightweight too), Comfortable keyboard, Fast performance for a machine in this class, Chassis doesn't overheat, Reasonable starting price compared to the competitionFan can get noisy, Jumpy trackpad, Nontouch screen with lower resolution than rival machines, Faster processor means a dip in battery life compared to competing systems
It's been a long time since I've wanted to test a laptop this badly. The HP Spectre 13.3 isn't just the world's thinnest notebook; it's the most exciting device Hewlett-Packard has made in years. I mean, just look at it. The 10.4-millimeter-thick, 2.45-po...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-04
As the world's thinnest laptop, the HP Spectre 13.3 has really nailed it in the looks department and the good news is it has also got it where it counts under the hood as well.The device is just 10.4mm thick and weighs 1.1kg.It has a 13.3-inch (33cm) full...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-20
World's thinnest laptop, Core i7 performance in a Core m bodyAudio isn't great, Doesn't accept nonHP chargers
You might not think it's possible to build a super-thin laptop without compromise. But you would be wrong.At least that's the takeaway after reviewing HP's Spectre 13.3, which offers top-notch performance and a reasonably good keyboard in a body that lays...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-20
Looks stunning, Super thin, Good performance, Good keyboard, Good connectivityNot a universal charger, Pricey
You might not think it's possible to build a super-thin laptop without compromise. But you would be wrong.At least that's the takeaway after reviewing HP's Spectre 13.3, which offers top-notch performance and a reasonably good keyboard in a body that lays...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-29
Two years running, the HP Spectre x360 offers incredible value for the money. Its slim, premium aluminum frame houses a speedy processor, comfortable keyboard and touchpad, plenty of fullsize ports, a beautiful touchscreen and a surprising amount of batte...While attractive, it's a little chunkier than some of the competition. The glossy screen can generate distracting reflections the price you pay for touch and the 15inch model's speakers sound muddy
"Which Windows laptop should you buy?" That's no longer a tough question: these days, I almost always recommend a Dell XPS 13 or an HP Spectre x360. When these notebooks first hit shelves last year, they offered more style and performance than we'd ever s...
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