Earlier this week I did a twofer with recent reviews for HP's refreshed Spectre x360 13 now with a 4K display and active pen, and the business-focused (but hella awesome) EliteBook x360 G2 – which has an excellent Wacom pen.
Due to timing, we didn't get the video reviews up with the written article. That's fixed now so if you're on a coffee break, make sure you check them out below.
Both laptops are quite stunning which demonstrates, in my opinion, the new renaissance in laptops for 2017. Between HP, Dell, Razer, and Lenovo some exciting things are happening.
- HP EliteBook x360 G2 review: A stylish and powerful business laptop with active pen support
- HP Spectre x360 13 review: A real Surface Book rival with 4K display and pen
Speaking of, next week look for my Lenovo X1 Carbon 5th Gen (opens in new tab) review (yes!).
I'll also be taking a look at CHUWI's ultra-budget Hi13 2-in-1 and Lenovo Legion Y520 (opens in new tab) (and $800 gaming laptop, sweet) in the coming weeks as well. I'll toss in another Dell Latitude business laptop (14" 5480 (opens in new tab) for good measure too.
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Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.
Dan that wallpaper, please.....
Can you please review the X1 Carbon Yoga with OLED screen as well?
Waiting for the review of various laptops hooked up to the razer core. Cmon Dan you said you would 3 podcasts ago!
Building up a cadre of devices to actually report on ;) My latest reviews (both HP) mention eGPU support.
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