HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3" 4K Touch Screen, Black £1099.97 instore @ Currys
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HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3" 4K Touch Screen, Black £1099.97 instore @ Currys

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Found 15th MarLocal
HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3” 4K Touch Screen, Black. On clearance last one @ currys peterborough
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I had a smilier 4k spectre and had to return it as it was getting crazy hot/loud
Saying that..i had same issue with the first yoga c930 and had to return it for same reason. The new models at the start tend to have some problems..
4k seems a silly option considering the tiny improvement in picture quality on such a small screen at the cost of battery life
wh919 h, 44 m ago

4k seems a silly option considering the tiny improvement in picture …4k seems a silly option considering the tiny improvement in picture quality on such a small screen at the cost of battery life


Not quite. If you’re media hungry and have a decent career, you can use 2K on your laptop screen while Miracast to a bigger screen.

Great for presentations in lecture theatres or video in the background.
jr00716th Mar

Not quite. If you’re media hungry and have a decent career, you can use 2 …Not quite. If you’re media hungry and have a decent career, you can use 2K on your laptop screen while Miracast to a bigger screen. Great for presentations in lecture theatres or video in the background.


The resolution of your laptop screen in no way determines the picture quality you output over casting devices
wh918 h, 37 m ago

The resolution of your laptop screen in no way determines the picture …The resolution of your laptop screen in no way determines the picture quality you output over casting devices



I know that, I never said it does. I just use the best resolution on my laptop for typing or ppt and a 4K on my big screens with movies at the same time.

My point is just because some people won’t benefit, other users will benefit from this.

It’s like voting cold on a deal that isn’t useful for yourself but useful for others.

Who needs an i7 in a small form factor? GCSE student no way. Lots of photographers and engineers who can.
Edited by: "jr007" 18th Mar
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