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HP Spectre Core i5 6th Gen – (8 GB/256 GB SSD/Windows 10 pro) 13 – v039TU Thin and Light Laptop (13.3 inch, Dark Ash SIlver, 1.11 kg)

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Bullseye. HP has equipped its Spectre x360 series with the latest Skylake processors and continues the success of the recently reviewed model. Unfortunately, known problems remained.   For the original German review, see here. The HP Spectre x360 already delighted us in June of this year, since it is a balanced bundle made from high-end materials. In the meanwhile, the manufacturer has upgraded the hardware. The new buzzword is: Skylake. An Intel Core i5-6200U and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 520 work in our test model, while the rest of the hardware has been carried over from the previously reviewed model. In this review, we will work out the essential differences and refer the reader to the recently reviewed HP Spectre x360 for unchanged aspects. Depending on the configuration, the new Spectre x360 costs between €1200-1300 (~$1286-$1393). The two models only differ by the CPU used. We will scrutinize the cheaper model here. Convertibles are very popular, since they can be used as notebook and as tablet. Thus, there are several competitors in this category: Among others, we will compare our test model to the recently launched Microsoft Surface Book.   good (84%) HP Spectre x360 13-4104ng Intel Core i5-6200UIntel HD Graphics 520 Convertible – 03/15/2016 – v5 Test device courtesy of notebooksbilliger.de Download your licensed rating image as PNG / SVG MageDok 15 Atlas Portable Monitor Review 84% MSI GP65 Leopard 9SE Laptop Review – The best screen on a mid-tier gaming laptop Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Smartphone Review: Optimised SoC promises better runtimes 86% Asus Strix Hero III G731GV RTX 2060 Laptop Review – Not that Much Better than the G731GU GTX 1660 Ti Next Page ⟩ HP Spectre x360 13-4104ng (Spectre x360 Series) Processor Intel Core i5-6200U, two cores, TDP 15 W Graphics adapter Intel HD Graphics 520, Core: 1000 MHz, Memory: 800 MHz, 10.18.15.4279 Memory 8192 MB    , LPDDR3L Display 13.3 inch 16:9, 2560 x 1440 pixel, 10-Finger, LG Philips LGD0000, IPS, capazitive multi-touch screen, glossy: yes Mainboard Intel Skylake-U Premium PCH Storage Samsung SSD PM851 256 GB MZNTE256HMHP, 256 GB    Weight 1.456 kg ( = 51.36 oz / 3.21 pounds), Power Supply: 340 g ( = 11.99 oz / 0.75 pounds) Price 1200 Euro Links HP homepage Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications. see all specifications   [+] Add to comparison » Compare devices 0 Display Outdoor use HP still uses a QDH display, which remained unchanged, at least at first glance. 2560×1440 pixels and a size of 13.3 inches give an impressive pixel density of 221 ppi. Furthermore, it remained a high-end IPS panel with wide viewing angles. Those who want even more pixels per inch can consider Microsoft’s Surface Book. However, you should think carefully whether stepping-up to 267 ppi is actually worthwhile for everyday use. The glossy display in our test model achieves an average brightness of 324 cd/m². As already mentioned in our previous review of the Spectre x360, this is not outstanding for convertibles. For example, the Dell Inspiron 13 is slightly brighter with 375 cd/m². The first difference of our current model compared to the previous one is a better black value of 0.34 cd/m² and a higher contrast of 953:1. As a result, black appears quite natural and deep. But, the Surface Book performs better in this aspect again. Our test model (as well as many competitors) falls behind Microsoft’s convertible. Our test model cannot keep up with a contrast of almost 1700:1 and a black value of 0.254 cd/m². However, HP still delivers a very well-made display overall.     332cd/m² 342cd/m² 327cd/m²     308cd/m² 324cd/m² 318cd/m²     323cd/m² 315cd/m² 324cd/m²     Distribution of brightness LG Philips LGD0000 X-Rite i1Pro 2 Maximum: 342 cd/m² Average: 323.7 cd/m²Brightness Distribution: 90 %Center on Battery: 324 cd/m²Contrast: 953:1 (Black: 0.34 cd/m²)ΔE Color 4.36 | 0.6-29.43 Ø6.1ΔE Greyscale 4.62 | 0.64-98 Ø6.393% sRGB (Argyll 3D) 60% AdobeRGB 1998 (Argyll 3D) Gamma: 2.18 ICC File (X-Rite i1Pro 2) Top 10 LaptopsMultimedia, Budget Multimedia, Gaming, Budget Gaming, Lightweight Gaming, Business, Budget Office, Workstation, Subnotebooks, Ultrabooks, Chromebooks under 300 USD/Euros, under 500 USD/Euros, 1.000 USD/Euros Best Displays, for University Students Top 10 SmartphonesSmartphones, Phablets, ≤5-inch, Camera SmartphonesNotebookcheck’s Top 10 Smartphones under 160 Euros   HP Spectre x360 13-4104ngHD Graphics 520, 6200U, Samsung SSD PM851 256 GB MZNTE256HMHP HP Spectre 13-4001ng x360HD Graphics 5500, 5500U, ADATA AXNS381E-256GM-B Microsoft Surface Book Core i5Maxwell GPU (940M, GDDR5), 6300U, Samsung MZFLV256 NVMe Dell Inspiron 13-7348HD Graphics 5500, 5500U, Samsung PM851 Series MZMTE256HMH

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