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Where's the best place to buy a HP Spectre x360 13?

Spectre x360 gem-cut chassis
Spectre x360 gem-cut chassis

Where's the best place to buy a HP Spectre x360 13?

Best answer: If you want the best support and easiest shopping experience from its creator, head to the HP's own online store.HP: HP Spectre x360 (opens in new tab) (From $890)

HP has the best availability and support for your device

Since HP is the hardware maker that builds and manufactures the HP Spectre x360 13, it makes the most sense to buy directly from them as they can guarantee the best support for your device once you receive it.

HP also has a wide variety of different HP Spectre x360 configurations to choose from, ranging from an Intel Core i5 8th Gen with 8GB RAM and Windows 10 Home to 8th Gen Intel Core i7 with 16GB RAM, a dedicated graphics processor, and Windows 10 Home.

HP's website will also have the new Whiskey Lake refresh with a new design in stock first when they become available, so if you're waiting for those, make sure you have HP's store bookmarked as it shouldn't be long before the latest models are ready to buy.

Other online retailers are available

If you don't want to buy directly from HP, there are other online shopping sites where you can pick one up, including Amazon and Best Buy, who is expected to receive the new Whiskey Lake refresh in December. Price and availability will vary as different configurations available at other retailers may cost more. For example, the model available on Amazon (opens in new tab) costs $1,307 and at Best Buy (opens in new tab), it costs $1,200.

Generally speaking, you should always look to buy laptops directly from the manufacturer. You get more peripheral customization and often can get the same deals — or better — that you can get at third-party retailers.

Zac Bowden
Senior Editor

Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.