HP Spectre x360 14 review: This 2-in-1 gets it all right

From its privacy features to its pen to its performance, this laptop hits all the marks.

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HP Spectre x360 14

  • Zippy performance with superb battery life
  • IR camera, fingerprint reader, webcam kill switch and mic mute button for increased privacy
  • Premium look and feel
  • Thunderbolt ports crowded to one side

With so many people still working from home, having a handful of office-friendly features goes a long way. For example, the 2021 version of the HP Spectre x360 14 is the company's first Spectre two-in-one with a taller 3:2-ratio display. While 16:9 wide-screen displays are nice for entertainment, a 3:2 display is roughly the same as a standard A4 sheet of paper and has about 20% more vertical viewing space than a 16:9 display. That means you do less scrolling when you're working. It also makes it more comfortable to use as a tablet, especially with the included active pen. 

But HP isn't alone with a taller display on a two-in-one.  Acer's Spin 5 , the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 , Asus ROG X13 Flow ,  Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga for business and Microsoft's Surface Pro  are all excellent options. So what else does the Spectre x360 14 going for it? Quite a lot actually, and while the ones I just mentioned (and the 16:9 14-inch Lenovo Yoga 9i and Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 ) are excellent in their own ways, the Spectre x360 14 is a better balance of features, performance and design. 

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HP Spectre x360 14 is a tall-screen two-in-one.

The Spectre x360 14 is not a bargain, however. It's a premium model and is priced as such, currently starting at $1,170 on HP's site . It can be set up with an 11th-gen Core i5 or i7 processor, 8GB or 16GB of memory, up to 2TB of storage and a choice between two 13.5-inch 1,920-by-1,280-pixel displays, one with 400-nit brightness and the other with 1,000-nit brightness and HP's privacy screen feature, which makes it difficult for onlookers to see what's on your screen. You can also pick one up with a 3,000-by-2,000-pixel OLED display for $1,730 . Prices for the Spectre x360 14 starts at £1,200 in the UK and AU$3,199 in Australia.

The configuration I tested sells for $1,430 and is what I would consider good for most people, although I would personally spend the extra $80 for the 1000-nit display with the integrated privacy screen. The extra brightness is nice for working outside and the additional privacy is handy on a plane, in a hotel lobby or a coffee shop. 

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No flimsy build quality here.

It looks the part

Regardless of what components you go with, the Spectre x360 14 looks and feels like a premium two-in-one. Admittedly, the laptop's angular gem-cut edges and cutaway corners might not be for everyone, but they do help it stand out and actually add to the functionality. The dual-chamfer edges make it easier to grip and open the x360 from the front or sides, for example.

Also, the cutaway corner on the right side has one of the laptop's two USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports. Since it charges via USB-C, the angled port allows you to charge the x360 while keeping the cord out of the way. It also helps keep your desk tidy and is nicer to use with a USB-C dock. 

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All but one USB-A port are crammed into the rear right side.

The one minor complaint I have is HP put both of the laptop's USB-C ports on the same side (like a MacBook Air). Generally, it's not an issue, but since they can both be used for charging, it would be nice if the ports were split between the sides. This isn't uncommon with premium models, however, it seems like a missed opportunity to give people a little more flexibility when charging and more space for connecting other devices.

All together now

Many two-in-ones put things like the power button and volume controls on the sides so they're more accessible when used in tablet or kiosk mode. HP's done that with past x360s but not here; the power button and the webcam kill switch are now integrated into the keyboard along with a mic mute button and a fingerprint reader. 

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The touchpad matches the screen ratio.

HP's keyboards on its Spectre models are some of my favorites and that's still the case here. It's comfortable, easy to read and backlit. The precision touchpad is also excellent and matches the 3:2 screen ratio. HP includes one of its full-size USB-C rechargeable MPP 2.0 tilt pens for writing and drawing on the display. It doesn't store in the body, but it magnetically attaches to help keep it from rolling off your desk. HP bundles a laptop sleeve with the laptop that has a pen loop on it for storage.

What's also nice to have included here is the depth-sensing IR camera you can use for signing in with face recognition. That way no matter which mode you're using the Spectre x360 14 in, you'll be about to unlock it just by looking at the camera. It just makes getting right to work that much easier.

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The Spectre x360 14 is slim and light at 3 pounds.

All about Evo

I've tested a bunch of Intel Evo-verified laptops at this point and they've all lived up to the platform's promise. The  Evo label  means the system is tested to hit certain mobile performance requirements such as getting at least 9 hours of battery life with normal use, recharging quickly, nearly instantly waking and connecting to Wi-Fi and being just as responsive on battery power as it is plugged in. All of these things are true for this HP. 

While its performance wasn't quite as fast in our benchmark tests as other similarly configured systems, it held its own. And in general use, it certainly never felt sluggish or remotely slow. It's not a gaming laptop or meant for content creation, though it can handle casual use for both. Battery life was long, too, getting 14 hours, 22 minutes on our streaming video test and it had no problem getting through a workday and beyond with occasional breaks.

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A killer combination

The HP Spectre x360 14 is unquestionably excellent. With a display that's as tall as a 15.6-inch laptop but only as wide as a 13.3-inch model, you get more vertical space to work without impacting portability. The aluminum body gives you that high-quality feel you expect at this price. It's loaded with privacy features that make it great for remote work. And with several configuration options, you can tailor it for your performance and battery life needs. If the tall screen isn't what you want, though, Lenovo's Yoga 9i is equally impressive or you can check out other options on our list of the best two-in-ones .

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HP Spectre x360 14 Convertible Review: An Instant Favorite

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The Spectre x360 14 is HP's latest flagship convertible in its high-end Spectre series joining the existing 13.3-inch Spectre x360 13 and 15.6-inch Spectre x360 15 . Despite what its name may suggest, the Spectre x360 14 utilizes a 13.5-inch display instead of a 14-inch one but in a squarer 3:2 form factor that's becoming increasingly common on newer Ultrabooks. HP is hoping to capture a wider audience of professionals and office users with the new aspect ratio as opposed to the traditional 16:9.

Current configurations range from FHD (1920 x 1280) to OLED (3000 x 2000) with 400 nit or 1000 nit options, the Core i5-1135G7 or Core i7-1165G7 CPU, 8 GB to 16 GB of RAM, and up to 2 TB of SSD storage starting at $1300 to over $1700 USD. All options come with integrated Iris Xe graphics only. Our specific test unit is a middle configuration sporting the Core i7 CPU, 400-nit FHD touchscreen, and 512 GB SSD for approximately $1500 USD.

Competitors in this space include other 16:10 or 3:2 subnotebooks like the Huawei MateBook X Pro , Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 13 , Dell XPS 13 9300 , Razer Book 13 , or Asus ZenBook S .

More HP reviews:

  • HP Spectre x360 13
  • HP Pavilion 13
  • HP EliteBook 845 G7

potential competitors in comparison

If you've handled a Spectre x360 13 or 15 in the past, then you'll know exactly what to expect from the Spectre x360 14. HP has translated the existing luxurious Spectre design and metal materials to the new 3:2 form factor without any surprises. Both the base and lid exhibit little flexing and no creaking when attempting to twist their corners or depress their surfaces. Chassis rigidity doesn't feel any better or worse than the Asus ZenBook S or XPS 13, but its gold trims are arguably classier.

One thing we would improve is the rigidity of the hinges at certain angles. The lid falls over too easily once it reaches past 120 degrees which can be annoying when typing or transporting the laptop. This also doesn't give a good sense of longevity as the hinges will inevitably become weaker over time.

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The system is larger and slightly heavier than the 13.3-inch Spectre x360 13 and so tablet mode is a bit more cumbersome to handle as a result. Of course, owners get a larger display in return without needing to opt for the even bigger Spectre x360 15. Note that the Dell XPS 13 9300 is smaller than our Spectre x360 14 in every dimension due in part to its smaller 13.4-inch 16:10 display.

Familiar metal chassis and quality as the Spectre x360 13 or 15

Connectivity

Port options are identical to the Spectre x360 13 but with a couple of minor changes. Firstly, both the power button and camera kill switch are now directly on the keyboard instead of the rear corner or right edge of the chassis, respectively. Secondly, both USB-C ports now support Thunderbolt 4 in addition to Thunderbolt 3 for users who can take advantage of the extra bandwidth.

The corner USB-C port can feel a little weird at first. We would've preferred a USB-C port on both the left-hand and right-hand edges so users can charge the laptop on either side much like on the Razer Book 13.

Front: No connectivity

SD Card Reader

Fully inserted MicroSD card sits almost flush against the edge. Moving 1 GB of images from our card to desktop is very fast at just over 6 seconds

Communication

The Intel AX201 comes standard for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. We experienced no issues when connected to our Netgear RAX200 test router.

Soldered WLAN module

Maintenance

The bottom panel is secured by two T5 Torx screws and four Philips screws hidden underneath the rear rubber feet. These latter screws are annoyingly difficult to access which can make simple SSD upgrades more involved than it needs to be. Both RAM and WLAN are soldered.

There isn't much to upgrade once the panel is removed

Accessories and Warranty

The retail packaging include a carrying sleeve and the HP MPP2.0 active pen free of charge. The standard one-year limited warranty applies with plenty of extension options if ordered directly from HP.com.

Input Devices

HP has some of the best laptop keyboards for its Spectre and EliteBook families. Feedback feels crisper and deeper for a more satisfying typing experience when compared to the oftentimes shallower and spongier keyboards on most other Ultrabooks. keys on the XPS 13 keyboard, for example, are shallower and with lighter input pressure. It all comes down to user preference, of course. We recommend testing out the keyboards on the Spectre x360 13 or 15 to get a good sense of what the Spectre x360 14 keyboard feels like.

Key layout is a mixed bag. The fingerprint reader in particular replaces the Ctrl key meaning users who have been relying on this key on other laptops will find the change annoying. Meanwhile, the power button takes slightly more force to depress than the surrounding keys to avoid accidental presses, but we would have preferred a fingerprint-enabled power button instead.

The clickpad is larger than the one on the Spectre x360 13 (11.5 x 7.4 cm vs. 11.1 x 5.6 cm) due to the longer length of the chassis. Texture is similarly smooth and with very little sticking when gliding at slow speeds for accurate cursor control. Clicking on the clickpad has a satisfying audible click even though feedback could have been firmer.

Keyboard layout is similar to the recent Envy series. The Command Center hotkey near the power button is handy, but not customizable

The base LG Philips FHD panel is a high quality IPS panel worthy of the Spectre name. It excels in offering a very high contrast ratio of over 2500:1 compared to half that on most other flagship Ultrabooks. Black-white response times, however, are relatively slow for noticeable ghosting. Upgrading to the pricier OLED option will solve that problem completely.

HP offers 1000-nit brightness options to be at least two times brighter than anything from the Dell XPS, Lenovo Yoga, Microsoft Surface, or Asus ZenBook series. This feature is available only for the FHD IPS SKUs and it can also be found on certain EliteBook laptops . The base 400-nit option is otherwise sufficient if you mostly plan on using the convertible indoors as it's already brighter than the display on the Lenovo Yoga 9i .

Edge-to-edge glass protection. OLED is available for higher resolutions and deeper colors

* ... smaller is better

Color space covers almost all of sRGB and approximately 62 percent of AdobeRGB not unlike other high-end Ultrabooks. The costlier OLED option will be able to offer even deeper colors approaching DCI-P3.

vs. sRGB

Color temperature is slightly too warm out of the box which our X-Rite colorimeter is able to address. RGB balance is merely average even after calibrating the panel ourselves.

Grayscale before calibration

Display Response Times

Screen flickering / pwm (pulse-width modulation).

Outdoor visibility is about the same as the Spectre x360 13 or Asus ZenBook S since they all have similar maximum brightness levels. The higher contrast ratio of the Spectre x360 14 display, however, helps to mitigate washed out colors by just a bit when under sunlight. Glare is otherwise almost unavoidable. We recommend the 1000-nit option if outdoor visibility is priority.

Outdoors under sunlight

Performance

The 11th gen Tiger Lake Core i7-1165G7 directly replaces last year's 10th gen Ice Lake Core i7-1065G7 . Unlike the Envy series, there are unfortunately no AMD options available on this Spectre since it is an Intel Evo-certified laptop. The Spectre would lose its Evo certification if it came equipped with AMD options.

We set our unit to Performance mode via HP Command Center prior to running any performance tests below for the highest possible scores. We recommend owners become familiar with Command Center since it includes manufacturer-specific performance and network controls.

Annoyingly, HP Command Center shows fan speed but you can't actually adjust it

Much like on the Dell XPS 13 9310 with the same Core i7-1165G7 CPU, processor performance can be unsteady when running high loads for long periods as clock rates will cycle to keep core temperatures in check. However, the amplitude and range at which clock rates cycle on the HP is tighter than on the Dell for a more predictable level of performance. Our CineBench R15 xT loop test below illustrates this as our Spectre 14 would generally score between 770 and 820 points compared to 620 and 750 points on the XPS 13. The HP system is seemingly better at sustaining both tighter and faster clock rates than the Dell as a result.

Raw multi-thread performance is about 20 to 40 percent faster than the Core i7-1065G7 in the Spectre x360 13. Some laptops with the same Core i7-1165G7 CPU are able to run even faster like the Razer Book 13 .

System Performance

PCMark 10 results are where we expect them to be relative to other laptops with the same Core i7-1165G7 CPU. The HP system edges out ahead of Ultrabooks sporting older generation CPUs like the Asus Zenbook S or Spectre x360 13.

We experienced no software or hardware issues with our test unit save for an interesting Smart Sense observation that we will note in our Power Consumption section below.

PCMark 10 Standard

DPC Latency

LatencyMon reveals DPC latency issues related to ACPI.sys. 4K UHD video playback at 60 FPS is otherwise smooth and with no dropped frames during our minute-long YouTube test.

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Storage Devices

Our unit ships with the Samsung PM981a which is a high-end PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD. Running DiskSpd Read in a loop shows that the motherboard interface is able to utilize the high x4 transfer rates of the SSD. Optane options are available much like on the Spectre x360 13, but most office users will be just fine without it.

See our table of SSDs and HDDs for more comparisons.

AS SSD

Disk Throttling: DiskSpd Read Loop, Queue Depth 8

Gpu performance.

Graphics performance is excellent and towards the higher-end of the spectrum when compared to other laptops with the same GPU. 3DMark scores are notably well above the GeForce MX350 by about 30 percent, but real-world games will still run faster on the Nvidia GPU more often than not due to its more mature game-ready drivers.

Frame rates when gaming on the Spectre 14 tend to fluctuate due to the fluctuating clock rates when under stressful conditions. When idling on  Witcher 3 on the lowest settings, for example, frame rates would constantly cycle between 80 and 95 FPS instead of remaining constant as shown by our graph below. This behavior is similar to the XPS 13 albeit it is even more pronounced on Dell's machine. We explore this further in our Stress Test section.

See our dedicated page on the Iris Xe 96 EUs for more technical information and benchmarks.

3DMark 11

System Noise

Fan noise remains quiet even when browsing the web or video streaming on Performance mode. Running the first benchmark scene of 3DMark 06, for example, would induce a fan noise of just 26.4 dB(A) against a silent background of 25.9 dB(A). It's not until we would run Witcher 3 for longer periods would the fans begin to run at higher and more audible RPMs. At worst, users can expect a noise of 41.5 dB(A) with thankfully no annoying pulsing behavior.

The twin fans are small at just ~35 mm in diameter each

Noise Level

Temperature

Surface temperature development is symmetrical due to the symmetrical cooling solution inside. The keyboard center can be as warm as 39 C while the bottom hot spot can be as high as 53 C when under high processing stress. These results are even warmer than what we recorded on the 13.3-inch Spectre x360 13 by 5 to 10 degrees C on each side. Though the palm rests are never too warm, a cooler bottom would have been appreciated.

Dual rear exhaust

Stress Test

When stressed with Prime95, the CPU would boost to 4 GHz for the first few seconds and at a core temperature of 95 C. Clock rates and core temperature would then steadily fall and eventually cycle between 2.1 and 3.4 GHz and 75 C and 95 C, respectively. Running this same test on the XPS 13 9310 with the same Core i7-1165G7 CPU would result in slower clock rates of 1.9 to 3.1 GHz and a cooler core temperature of 71 to 78 C.

Both CPU and GPU clock rates would fluctuate when gaming as well resulting in unsteady frame rates. Our screenshot below illustrates this when running Witcher 3 . You may want to enable v-sync to reduce screen tearing and uneven frame pacing.

Running on battery power limits processor performance even when on the Performance power profile. A 3DMark 11 test on batteries would return Physics and Graphics scores of 3209 and 6714 points, respectively, compared to 11810 and 6658 points when on mains.

System idle

HP Spectre x360 14t-ea000 audio analysis

(±) | speaker loudness is average but good (79.6 dB) Bass 100 - 315 Hz (±) | reduced bass - on average 11.6% lower than median (±) | linearity of bass is average (10.5% delta to prev. frequency) Mids 400 - 2000 Hz (+) | balanced mids - only 3.2% away from median (+) | mids are linear (4% delta to prev. frequency) Highs 2 - 16 kHz (+) | balanced highs - only 2.8% away from median (+) | highs are linear (5.3% delta to prev. frequency) Overall 100 - 16.000 Hz (+) | overall sound is linear (12.3% difference to median) Compared to same class » 9% of all tested devices in this class were better, 3% similar, 89% worse » The best had a delta of 6%, average was 21%, worst was 57% Compared to all devices tested » 7% of all tested devices were better, 2% similar, 91% worse » The best had a delta of 4%, average was 25%, worst was 134%

Apple MacBook 12 (Early 2016) 1.1 GHz audio analysis

(+) | speakers can play relatively loud (83.6 dB) Bass 100 - 315 Hz (±) | reduced bass - on average 11.3% lower than median (±) | linearity of bass is average (14.2% delta to prev. frequency) Mids 400 - 2000 Hz (+) | balanced mids - only 2.4% away from median (+) | mids are linear (5.5% delta to prev. frequency) Highs 2 - 16 kHz (+) | balanced highs - only 2% away from median (+) | highs are linear (4.5% delta to prev. frequency) Overall 100 - 16.000 Hz (+) | overall sound is linear (10.2% difference to median) Compared to same class » 4% of all tested devices in this class were better, 2% similar, 94% worse » The best had a delta of 5%, average was 19%, worst was 53% Compared to all devices tested » 3% of all tested devices were better, 1% similar, 96% worse » The best had a delta of 4%, average was 25%, worst was 134%

Energy Management

Power consumption.

Power consumption fluctuates more readily on the Spectre x360 14 when compared to most other Ultrabooks with the same Core i7-1165G7 like the Asus ZenBook 14 . Our screenshots below illustrate the ranges owners can expect when running high processing loads. This behavior is in line with the fluctuating clock rates we observed above.

On average, however, power consumption when running higher loads isn't all that different from the Asus Zenbook S or  Lenovo Yoga 9i 14 each equipped with less powerful Ice Lake or Core i5 processors. The HP is especially efficient when compared to Ultrabooks with discrete GeForce MX graphics like the Huawei MateBook 14 which consumes about 15 to 20 W more when gaming.

We're able to record a temporary maximum draw of 56.2 W from the small (~8.8 x 5.3 x 2.1 cm) 65 W AC adapter when running extreme loads.

It's worth noting that the default HP Smart Sense power profile is not the most power efficient mode. During our tests, the system would consume at least 6 W on Smart Sense mode compared to just 2 to 3 W when on Quiet mode. You'll want to use Quiet mode if battery life is of utmost importance.

Consumption when running the first benchmark scene of 3DMark 06 would fluctuate more than expected

Battery Life

Battery capacity is 10 percent larger than on the Spectre x360 13 (66 Wh vs 60 Wh) and with a longer WLAN runtime of about 1.5 hours. Users can expect almost 12 hours of real-world WLAN usage on a full charge.

Idling on desktop at the lowest brightness setting on HP Smart Sense mode would last for just 14.5 hours compared to over 36 hours on Quiet mode. The wide discrepancy may be due to the higher power consumption of Smart Sense mode mentioned above.

Charging from empty to full capacity takes about 2 to 2.5 hours.

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The best thing about the Spectre x360 14 is that it's a perfect adaptation of the Spectre x360 13. Almost everything we loved about the 13.3-inch model can be found unscathed on the 13.5-inch model including the excellent keyboard feedback, strong and classy metal design, high contrast ratio display with full sRGB coverage, and long battery life. However, this also means that the system inherits many of the same drawbacks as the Spectre x360 13 like the cycling CPU clock rates, non user-upgradeable RAM, average hinge rigidity at certain angles, and slow black-white response times. There's definitely still room for improvement in this regard.

We're not fans of a couple of changes. Whereas the Spectre x360 13 had WAN options, the Spectre x360 14 has silently omitted them. Meanwhile, the larger fingerprint reader is easier to use, but it comes at the expense of a Ctrl key. If you never relied on these features in the first place, however, then these changes won't be much of a problem.

The 13.5-inch Spectre x360 14 puts the 13.3-inch Spectre x360 13 in a tight spot. Though HP insists that the former won't replace the latter, we can see a scenario where the Spectre x360 13 will be slowly phased out anyway in favor of the Spectre x360 14 because both are so similar. If you're in the market for a Spectre, we recommend the 13.5-inch model over the 13.3-inch one simply because it is able to offer a noticeably larger screen size with only marginal increases to size and weight.

HP's latest convertible is faster than the Dell XPS 13 with the same Core i7 CPU while offering a larger and optionally two times brighter display. There are a few faults, but they are generally easy to overlook given that the Spectre x360 14 is so well-crafted and a joy to work on.

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HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) review: The new best laptop

Quick links, hp spectre x360 14 (2024) pricing and availability, display and keyboard, performance, should you buy the hp spectre x360 14 (2024).

Ever since I reviewed the 2023 model of the HP Spectre x360 13.5 , just a few months ago, it's been at the top of our best laptops list . Indeed, it's always a constant battle between HP and Lenovo's Yoga 9i for that spot. But now, the HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) is here, and it comes with a new chassis, new internals, and more.

What's really cool is that those new internals actually unlock new potential. In previous generations, new PCs could do the same things that their predecessors could, just marginally faster. With the NPU that's built into Intel's Core Ultra processors, the HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) can handle on-device AI tasks. These can range from Windows Studio Effects that blur your background on your webcam and such, to creating new backgrounds for images.

Intel didn't stop at an NPU either. It boosted integrated graphics by a lot.

Of course, this stuff isn't unique to the Spectre x360 14, but HP does always manage to put together one of the best total packages, with a beautiful 14-inch OLED display and a best-in-class keyboard.

About this review: HP sent us the Spectre x360 14 for review. It did not have any input on this article's contents.

HP Spectre x360 14 (2024)

HP's latest flagship convertible features an overhauled chassis, and along with a best-in-class keyboard and beautiful OLED display, it packs the new capabilities of Intel Core Ultra. That means that there's a serious performance upgrade with this generation with a big boost in graphics and on-device AI.

CPU Up to Intel Core Ultra 7 155H (16 cores, 24MB cache, up to 4.8GHz)

GPU Intel Arc graphics

RAM Up to 32GB LPDDRX5

Storage Up to 2TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe TLC M.2 SSD [4]

Battery 68 Whr

Display (Size, Resolution) 14-inch, 2.8K OLED, 48Hz-120Hz refresh rate

Speakers Poly Studio, Quad Speakers

Colors Nightfall black, Slate blue, Sahara silver

Ports 2x Thunderbolt 4 with USB Type-C (USB Power Delivery, DisplayPort 2.1, HP Sleep and Charge), 1x USB Type-A 10Gbps (HP Sleep and Charge), 1x headphone/microphone combo

Dimensions 12.35 x 8.68 x 0.67 inches (313.69x220.4x17.01mm)

Weight 3.19 pounds (1.44kg)

Price Starting at $1,650

  • Boosted graphics performance
  • Great webcam
  • Best-in-class keyboard
  • OLED display
  • Intel Core Ultra is a winner
  • HP continues to tone down design
  • It's not a Dragonfly

The HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) is available now, starting at $1,649.99. While that might seem a little pricey, there are no low-end SKUs here. That price gets you an Intel Core Ultra 7, 16GB RAM, a 1TB SSD, and an OLED display. The unit that HP sent me comes in at $1,969.99, and it boosts those specs to 32GB RAM and a 2TB SSD.

HP continues to pull it back

I've reviewed every Spectre x360 since 2016. I've seen the display aspect ratio evolve from 16:9 to 3:2 and then back down to 16:10. I've seen new colors introduced, like Dark Ash Silver and Poseidon Blue. I've praised HP for killing off the Natural Silver color, only to see it revived the next year. Most notably, I've watched as the overall design got flashier and prettier, only for it to be toned down.

Back in 2021, HP was all in on gem-cut edges and accent colors. Those sharp corners have been softened over the last couple of generations, but with the new chassis for 2024, the accent colors are gone as well. In the 2023 model, a subtle accent remained, with silver strips around the touchpad, the hinge, and the frame. If you showed me this laptop three years ago, I'd guess it was the new Envy x360, because that stand-out design was one of the things that held the Spectre x360 out above its competition.

We can probably depart from Memory Lane now. The HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) comes in three colors: Nightfall Black, Slate Blue, and Sahara Silver. The unit that HP sent me is Slate Blue, but Sahara Silver is the new one. Personally, I'm a big fan of it, and I'm including some shots from my briefing in the galleries.

The chassis generally has harder corners than its predecessor did, but it maintains the flat rear corners that it's had since 2019. As we've seen since 2020, the back-left corner has a 3.5mm audio jack, and the back-right corner has a Thunderbolt port. These are strategically placed, because the angle makes them work well no matter what orientation you're using this convertible in. It also helps to prevent cables from getting in your way.

On the right side, there's another Thunderbolt port, and on the left, there's a USB Type-A port, something that many other companies have removed from premium laptops.

HP continues to make some of the most beautiful laptops on the market.

Overall, the design is great. HP continues to build some of the most beautiful laptops on the market. The premium metal build is something that you'll feel good about carrying around, and even better about using next to Mac users with their basic old aluminum designs.

Plus, the webcam is improved even more

The HP Spectre x360 14 comes with a 14-inch 16:10 display. You'd think that's obvious given that it's in the name, but over the last few generations, it's bounced between '13.5' and '14' branding for a 13.5-inch 3:2 display, so this is actually new. Aside from Microsoft's Surface PCs , HP was one of the few OEMs hanging onto 3:2 displays, but I'm pretty happy with 16:10 on a machine like this. I think it made the right choice.

The display is 2.8K OLED with a dynamic refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The colors are vibrant and the animations are smooth. I'll talk more about gaming in the performance section, but games looked beautiful on this thing. From my testing, it supports 100% sRGB, 92% NTSC, 95% Adobe RGB, and 100% P3, which is all what you'd expect from a solid OLED display.

Also in my testing, the black level stayed at 0.01 no matter what the brightness was set to. That means that the contrast ratio increases throughout.

HP has packed an all-new 9MP webcam in the top bezel, and as I've said for the last two or three years, if you want the best quality laptop webcam, you should buy HP. This camera can now record 4K.

It's also packed with features. There's an app called HP Enhanced Lighting that basically turns your screen into a ring light. With Windows Studio Effects and the NPU included with Intel Core Ultra, you can also do things like blur your background, change your gaze so it looks like you're watching the camera, and use automatic framing so the camera follows you around. And with all of that extra resolution, there's plenty of room for the field of view to follow you.

To be clear, some of these features have appeared on Intel-powered PCs before, but they've never been very good. They'd tax the system so much that things would just break.

HP continues to offer a best-in-class keyboard experience. The Spectre x360 feels comfortable and accurate to type on, and the keys don't wobble at all.

One welcome addition with this year's model is a haptic touchpad. It's pretty solid too. I've not had any issues with drag-and-drop functionality like I've seen on some lower-end touchpads.

Intel Core Ultra is the generational improvement you didn't know you needed

Like I mentioned in the beginning of this review, this isn't a regular old spec bump. If you buy a PC with an Intel Core Ultra, you'll actually be able to do things with your PC that you couldn't do before, and developers really haven't tapped the possibilities just yet.

First of all, Core Ultra comes with a Neural Processing Unit, or NPU, which is for AI tasks. Right now, you can use this by activating Windows Studio Effects, and you can actually see when the NPU is in use in the Task Manager.

The new HP Spectre x360 is an upgrade that actually allows you to do more with your PC than you could before.

It's not perfect, and Windows Studio Effects is one of the few things you can actually do to take advantage of the NPU right now. Windows Copilot runs in the cloud, but Microsoft is going to be adding logic for it to run on-device if your hardware can handle it. Adobe has a new denoise feature in Lightroom Classic, but for now, that runs on the GPU, so the experience is pretty bad.

But developers are working on supporting this. Audacity just announced noise cancelation, automatic transcription, and more. You see, AI isn't just about chatbots. These features can work to improve pretty much anything across the board if it's implemented intelligently.

And then there are Intel's new integrated Arc graphics. The last time we've seen a real improvement in integrated graphics was with 11th-gen 'Tiger Lake', when Intel introduced Iris Xe. Once again, Intel is promising 1080p gaming at 60fps, and it more or less delivers. My biggest testimonial is that when I install a game, I'm confident that it will work.

When I reviewed the Acer Swift Go 14, which has the same chip, I played a lot of Forza Horizon 5 , among other things. This time I went heavier and played Battlefield V . You're not going to get the ray tracing that you would with an RTX laptop, but Arc can still offer an impressive gameplay experience.

When you install a game on Intel Core Ultra, you can feel confident that you'll be able to play it with integrated graphics.

While Intel is once again pushing gaming on integrated graphics, you should think of it as a casual gaming experience. You can play pretty much any game you want, but if your primary use case is gaming, you should still get dedicated graphics.

As you can see from the benchmark scores, there are some major, major improvements over last year's Spectre x360 13.5. One of the reasons that there's such a big difference in performance is that HP elected to use U-series processors in its premium laptops, while Dell and Lenovo used the 28W P-series in their XPS 13 Plus and Yoga 9i, respectively. On top of that, Meteor Lake is just that big of an upgrade.

Battery life isn't super impressive, although that's not too surprising given the increased wattage being pumped through the CPU gen over gen. Still, it's good enough. On average, using the power slider set to balanced and the default setting in MyHP, I found I'd get an average of between six and seven hours with a regular workload, meaning mostly working through the browser.

And yes, HP does have its own power settings in its own app. It's annoying, because Windows does have a power slider built into it. Ironically, when HP launched the Dragonfly Pro , it and AMD talked a lot about systems being intelligent enough to know when you need more power and when you don't, and that the user should never have to touch the power slider. Giving people an extra, hidden power slider is a bad choice, considering that if all you do is turn the Windows power slider to the max, you'll get subpar performance when compared to the competition.

You should buy the HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) if:

  • You want the best experience you can get in a laptop
  • You do a lot of photo editing, maybe with some video editing mixed in
  • You want something you can use for work, but also do some gaming on
  • You're on a lot of calls and care about webcam quality

You should NOT buy the HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) if:

  • You could benefit from 5G or a privacy display
  • You're a heavy gamer
  • You don't need the best of the best

The HP Spectre x360 14 (2024) is the best laptop you can buy right now; however, you might have noticed that one of the cons is that it's not a Dragonfly. Here's what I mean by that. The HP Dragonfly G4 is winning right now. It's the product that I, and other reviewers, carry with me. And yes, we do ask each other which laptop we're carrying that day.

The Dragonfly is a business laptop, which is why I don't recommend it to everyone, but it's just so good . It's ultra-light, packs 5G connectivity, and some models come with a privacy display. HP hasn't made a non-convertible Spectre in over five years, so there's just no consumer equivalent to the Dragonfly. My question is always, why not?

But I digress. The HP Spectre x360 14 has by far the most power we've seen in a 14-inch convertible so far, whether it be from the CPU, GPU, or even the new NPU. The chip unlocks actual new features that you haven't been able to use before, and there will be more on the way. On top of that, it's got a best-in-class keyboard and a beautiful OLED display. If you want the best a consumer laptop can offer, you go Spectre x360.

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