With its Thunderbolt 3, sleek good looks, and solid keyboard the, 13-inch HP Spectre x360 was one of our favorite laptops of 2016. If that laptop didn't quite fit your needs, at CES today HP unveiled a couple of new systems that might.
First up we have a new 15-inch Spectre x360. The previous generation 15-inch x360 was simply a larger version of the 13-inch system. We liked it well enough, but felt that it didn't fully take advantage of its larger size. Just as HP reworked the 13-inch system for its Kaby Lake upgrade, it has done the same for the 15-inch version. The processor options still go as high as the dual core, four thread Kaby Lake 7th generation Core i7-7500U used in the 13-inch machine, but this time it's been paired with a discrete GPU: an Nvidia GeForce 940MX chip with 2GB DDR5.