Packed with a lot of tech for an affordable price, the HP Spectre x2 slips from under the shadow of the Surface Pro 4 to tablet greatness.
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HP's latest bargain is a 10.1-inch convertible hybrid that's small in size, but big on sound with a pretty display.
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HP update the Envy with sleek lines, improved hinge & compact size. It's let down by a poor screen, scatty touchpad & odd on-board hardware.
Stripping away the premium stylings and amazing screen of the HP Omen has resulted in a more affordable, but still capable, gaming machine.
The HP Omen is a 15.6-inch gaming laptop high on both style and substance, though it's a bit pricey for its mid-range performance.
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Intel Core M and a 1080p screen for only $500, HP hopes to make hybrid laptops affordable with the HP Pavilion x360.