Dell XPS 13 And HP Spectre x360 Are The Best Laptops Of 2016 … – iTech Post
Dell and HP’s latest laptops can beat most of the more expensive laptops in the market.
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If you’re trying to pick a good laptop to purchase this year, two of your best options are the Dell XPS 13 and the HP Spectre x360. They may not be as popular to the general masses as the MacBook Pro or the Surface Book, but they are undeniably two of the best deals on the market right now. Not only are they internally competent, they are competitively priced as well. It’s like these laptops did not compromise anything at all.
Dell XPS 13 Specs And Price
Dell has recently upgraded the XPS 13 and stuffed it with the latest Intel processor available. For $1399, you can get the Dell XPS 13 Core i7 256 GB model. It is actually one of the best laptops on the market this year considering its powerful processor and its premium looks. It can even last long hours of usage.
Not only that, the Dell XPS 13 also boasts of its InfinityEdge display that gives it an almost bezel-less monitor. Also, Dell has equipped the XPS 13 with a technology that makes the laptop’s WiFi connections stronger than your usual laptop. For its price, it’s basically one of the best options you have for a powerful laptop. You can also get its lower model of Core i5 for $999 in the Microsoft Store.
HP Spectre x360 Specs And Price
As per PC World’s report, the HP Spectre x360 latest edition got a release date of October 12 and a starting price of $1049. It was said that HP’s latest laptop got itself a major upgrade in terms of looks, weight and power. The thing with the HP Spectre x360 is that it may not be as expensive as the other laptops but it is just as powerful and as durable.
The Spectre x360 is made of CNC-aluminum and boasts of its micro-edge bezel look. It is still equipped with a 13.3 inch touchscreen but HP has already removed the huge amount of bezel found in the laptop’s predecessor. It has also been made lighter (from 3.17 lbs. to 2.85 lbs.) and thinner (from 16mm thick to 13.7mm thick). Overall, the HP Spectre x360 convertible is a regret-free option for laptop shoppers this year.