Editors Liked

  • Very slim, Multimode design, Good port selection, including HDMI and USB-C, Long battery life
  • Battery life
  • Stunning design and very slim. Nice specs for the money, rare 15" convertible with pen capabilities
  • Beautiful design, Good battery, Large, sharp display
  • Thin and light for a laptop this size, 4K screen option on this 15-inch model, Well-constructed, Comfortable keyboard, 10-plus hours of battery life, Almost no bloatware, Good sound quality
  • As slender and handsome as the 13.3-inch Spectre x360, Reasonable price for Core i7/16GB/4K configuration, Good battery life
  • Excellent touch display, Multiple positioning options w/ 360 hinges, Sleek, wedge-shaped aluminum body, High-quality keyboard and touchpad, Solid performance, Strong battery life
  • Identical maximum brightness levels as the FHD SKU, slightly more accurate colors out-of-the-box, very crisp texts and images, very minimal uneven backlight bleeding
  • Attractive design, Comfortable, spacious touchpad, Clear speakers, Long battery life
  • Strong performance under stress; no major throttling, relatively bright, high quality touchscreen with deep contrast, thin and sleek design with strong build quality, lightweight for a 15-inch notebook, relatively easy maintenance, USB Type-C 3.1 Gen. 1,

Editors Didn't Like

  • Bottom Line, You'll pay a pretty penny for it, but the HP Spectre x360 15t amps up the convertible-hybrid laptop game with premium construction, plenty of forward-looking technology, and just over 12 hours of battery life
  • Bottom Line, The 4K HP Spectre x360 15t premium convertible-hybrid laptop is well designed and constructed and delivers very good performance, It's ideal for working at home, as well as watching movies at higher-than-HD resolution on the couch
  • No Thunderbolt 3, An optional quad core processor or discrete GPU would greatly enhance the versatility, The keyboard and touchpad are decent, but not best in class
  • Keyboard markings are low contrast and hard to see in middling light. Less powerful than some premium 15" laptops
  • Soft keyboard, heavy for a tablet, pricey
  • Touchpad can be a bit flaky, No performance gains over the smaller version; discrete graphics not an option
  • Big and heavy in tablet mode, Wobbly touch screen
  • Pricey in certain configs
  • Reduced battery life compared to FHD SKU, lower contrast
  • Shallow keyboard, Expensive
  • Weak GPU performance; no dedicated GPU options, still on the heavy side even for a 15-inch tablet, only one level of keyboard backlight brightness, display backlight not powerful enough to overcome direct sunlight, no secondary storage options, unimpress