The HP Spectre x360 14's main attraction is likely the 13.5-inch touch OLED display with a 3000x2000 resolution and tall 3:2 aspect ratio. It looks incredible thanks to 100% DCI-P3 color reproduction, 400 nits brightness, and anti-reflective coating, plus it works with an active pen for Windows Ink.
The taller display gives more space on the keyboard deck, which HP used to blow up the touchpad. The keyboard is comfortable, and quad speakers surround for impressive audio. Wi-Fi 6 is included for fast wireless internet, the camera has a privacy shutter, and there's an IR camera for Windows Hello. A fingerprint reader rounds things out.
Two Thunderbolt 4 ports are accompanied by USB-A 3.1, a microSD card reader, and 3.5mm audio, which is a decent modern mix. As for performance, it makes the cut for Intel Evo certification thanks to 11th Gen Intel Core CPUs, Intel Iris Xe graphics, and instant-on. This is a powerful laptop with about 10 hours of battery life from non-OLED models.
Do note that there's also a 16-inch HP Spectre x360 with larger display, 11th Gen Intel Core H-series CPUs, quad speakers, and the same beautiful convertible design.