Hands-on: HP’s leather-clad laptop might just be the best convertible around
In unveiling its new leather-covered Spectre Folio, HP claimed that it was "reinventing" the PC. At the risk of being called cynical, I must confess to rolling my eyes somewhat at HP's grandeur. My skepticism was confirmed when we saw what HP had actually built: it's a new take on the two-in-one convertible, a system which—like the Surface Pro and so many others—can be used as both a laptop and as a tablet.
But having held the thing, looked at it up close, and used it a little? I think HP could have something quite special here.