Reviewers Liked

  • Elegant & thin design, outstanding build quality, dedicated GPU, good system performance, bright 4K display, Thunderbolt 3 port, supports active stylus (included), good backlit keyboard, extra-wide, ultra-smooth touchpad, decent battery life, Fast Charge
  • Beautiful 2-in-1 design, Large battery and low-power CPU, Excellent audio quality, Very good keyboard+trackpad, excellent display
  • Gorgeous 4K resolution display looks good at all angles, Discrete GPU, Premium design looks and feels spectacular, Versatile form factor, Fast storage, Great price for the hardware
  • Upscale & sleek design, high build quality, solid performance across the board, bright 4K display, dedicated GPU, Thunderbolt 3 port, active stylus included, decent, backlit keyboard, extra-wide touchpad, long battery life, Fast Charge technology
  • Premium design, Sharp 4K display is great for video, and its 15-inch size is great for artwork, Windows Hello IR camera, Many USB C adapters included in the box, Strong overall performance
  • Rigid, classy design in all-aluminum chassis, Decent mix of ports, including full-size SD card slot, HDMI, Full complement of USB Type-C adapters, Competitive performance across the board, Includes stylus, Fast-recharge feature
  • Beautifully designed and with practically no missteps, the HP Spectre x360 15 has a great keyboard and trackpad, 4K display, above-average sound system with solid battery life and decent performance for the money
  • Convertible form factor, 4K screen, Equipped with HDMI, USB-C, and Thunderbolt 3 ports, Includes 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD, Comes with digitizer pen
  • Vivid, 4K display, Higher-than-average battery life, Looks and feels premium, Great speakers

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Hinge not quite stiff enough, charger takes up one of the Type-C ports, both the Type-C as well as the Type-A USB ports are Gen 1, glossy display with lots of glare, power adapter is heavy, fingerprints are hard to avoid, no adapters are included, can ge
  • Not a light 15.6-inch computer, No fingerprint reader
  • Short on ports, Somewhat heavy at 4.42 pounds
  • Fan control is quite abrupt, both the Type-C as well as the Type-A USB ports are Gen 1, hinge not quite stiff enough, glossy display, right-clicks are finicky, heavy power adapter, prone to fingerprints, RJ45 (included) and DisplayPort (not included) req
  • Too heavy to be a good portable laptop, Pen needs AAAA battery to work, Gets hot after a few hours of use, Battery life could be better
  • Big, heavy as a tablet, Battery life better than 2016 4K version, but some Lenovo Yogas (and 2016's 1080p version) well outlast it, No stylus storage
  • It's not particularly lightweight
  • Bulky in tablet mode, Competitors have better battery life
  • Runs hot, Uses last-generation GPU