HP Spectre x360 16 OLED laptop review

The HP Spectre x360 16 OLED combines very satisfactory performance with a form factor that gives you lots of options.

HP Spectre x360 16 OLED
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Digital Camera World Verdict

We think the HP Spectre x360 16 OLED is going to appeal to a broad range of people: those who want a versatile form factor, those who want an OLED screen, those who want some reasonable gaming performance, those who work with digital art, and more besides.


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    Discrete Nvidia GPU

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    Finely built and finished

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    Versatile form factor


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    Not the best screen aspect ratio for videos

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    Keyboard keys are a little angular

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    Not everyone needs a 360-degree display

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HP is one of the most experienced laptop makers out there, and the HP Spectre x360 16 OLED is the latest in a long line of models with a 360-degree screen that folds right over – which might be one of the main reasons that you're thinking about picking this up.

The best 2-in-1 laptops and convertibles offer the convenience of a tablet, but the power of a laptop, and often comes with added bonuses like a stylus that makes it easier to draw on the screen, mark up documents and edit photos.

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David Nield

Dave is a freelance journalist who has been writing about all kinds of tech for more than two decades, covering everything from laptop reviews to data security news to guides to how to use the latest apps. When he's not busy trying to hit a specific word count and deadline, he enjoys long walks in the countryside, movies, and the occasional football match. He's based in Manchester, UK.