The only notebook in this breakdown that can transform into a tablet is the HP Spectre x360.
You can buy the all-aluminum and glass laptop with up to a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of RAM. A special hinge and a touchscreen display allow the Spectre x360 to replace both a notebook and a tablet. Just fold the display back to switch modes. If you use a digital pen, you can write or take notes on this machine in any mode.
You choose the display that’s best for your needs. Some models come with a 4K screen that’s four times more detailed than an HD display. Others have a standard HD display with a privacy filter. With that filter, no one else can see what’s on your screen as you work. Models with a 4K display only last for 10 hours of productivity, but the FHD display uses less power. Models that have it get up to 17 hours on a charge.
The HP Spectre x360 comes in three colors: silver, dark ash silver and rose gold. Every machine has the same port line-up. You get two Thunderbolt 3 ports for fast file transfers, 1 full-size USB port and a headset jack.
An HP Spectre x360 costs as little as $1,149.99 from HP.com
Buy the HP Spectre x360 from HP.com for $1,149.99