The IPS display offers good viewing angles, accurate colour and even colour distribution.
s RGB means it offers a viewing environment designed to match typical home and office viewing conditions.
I suspect the only thing it does not have is MIL-SPEC durability. It is a 13.3”, (FHD, Sure View FHD or 4K) touchscreen, ultrathin, ultralight, x360° hinge, Intel 8th generation Core, Thunderbolt 3 enabled laptop.
HP is well known for a plethora of models so don’t be surprised to see slightly different ones (model numbers 13-ae000 through 13-ae099) exclusive to certain retailers.
Artists and photographers would look at the Adobe RGB rating.
300 nits mean it is less readable under direct sunlight, but it is perfect for the office. The 16GB RAM (maximum capacity soldered onto the motherboard – not user upgradable) is far more than you need for everyday use.
HP Spectre x360 has inherited many of the Elitebook x360 features – that is great.
The technology that flows down from its Elitebook sibling includes fast battery charge, a robust x360 hinge and chassis, and B&O speakers.
It is a premium product with high-end, natural silver finishes.
HP lists only two new Spectre x360 8th generation models with Thunderbolt 3 on its website – imaginatively named There are so many variations on the base model that it pays to shop around.
You can often drive a bargain on retail models – look for discounts of around 5-10%, if not more.
Unless you are Hardly Normal and want the Ceramic White, then you have no choice.
The Ceramic White is a slightly different design with similar specifications.