The HP Spectre 360 series consists of 2-in-1 convertible notebooks in different sizes: 13-in, 14-in, 15-in, and 16-in. This 16-inch model has a diagonal 3K touch display and a distinctive design. There is also a neat Auto Frame feature that tracks and centers the user’s face to remain focused during FaceTime or any other type of call. In addition, the HP Spectre x360 16t-f000 protects the eyes with adaptive dimming technology and screen time remembers, informing the users that it’s time to take a break.
HP promises their Spectre x360s are ENERGY STAR certified and EPEAT Gold Registered. They make an effort to be more environmentally friendly whenever possible, such as only using sustainable materials like ocean-bound and consumer recycled plastics. The laptop is made with durable plastic as well as other quality materials.
The x360 refers to the screen rotation capabilities this 2-in-1 comes with. For use in tablet mode, the screen rotates all-around to face outwards. Then, just pull it back around and unfold the display and keyboard to use the device as a regular laptop. You can also set it up in “tent mode” if you want to stand it up on the table a bit to watch movies or show presentations.
The OLED UHD+ multitouch display is impressive. Some HP Spectre x360 16t-f000 models with 3K 3072 x 1920 resolutions are still outstanding while not as superb as the OLED display. Expect 400-nits and low-light reflection on the 16-inch screen. On the UHD model, there is a 3840 x 2400 resolution.
HP Spectre x360 16t-f000 Processor and Graphics
Performance comes out with this x360, much in part due to its Intel Core i7 processor with 4-cores and either Intel Iris Xe graphics or NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphics. The dedicated graphics have 4GB of graphics memory. Configurations with the Iris Xe graphics share with 16GB of onboard memory. For 32GB of onboard memory, choose a configuration with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics.
The type of hard drive and the amount of space available on any computer is essential. Those who want to store many large files, such as games or applications for work, will need as much storage capacity as they can get. For example, with the HP Spectre x360 16t-f000, a PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD can store up to 512GB, 1TB, or 2TB, depending on the specific model.
Since Windows 11 is out now, most newer HP laptops and desktops are the OS. Home is the default option, but Pro is available as well. As for the battery, a 6-cell / 83-Wh Lithium-Ion polymer provides several hours of use. Lastly, the HP Spectre x360 16t-f000 has several I/O ports, including 2 Thunderbolt 4 with USB 4 Type-C (40-Gbps signaling rate / Power Delivery / DisplayPort 1.4 / HP Sleep & Charge), 1 SuperSpeed USB Type A, and 1 HDMI 2.0b port, as well as the headphone – mic combo port and 1 AC smart pin.