Going places with my HP Spectre x360

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably noticed that I’m travelling quit a lot lately. This month I went to Nice, Berlin and Bordeaux. Keeping track of my work isn’t always easy when I’m on the go. Press trips are often filled with busy (and fun!) programs, but mails and deadlines keep coming. That’s why I try to use every 30 minutes of spare time that I have to catch up. Often, I’ll be working on the airport and airplane or in my hotel room between outfit changes.

This month I also got to try out the brand new HP Spectre x360, which is the perfect companion during these, often chaotic, travels. The battery of this laptop can last a full day, which I think is incredible. I don’t have to worry anymore about charging my laptop 100% before I leave, you’ll never catch me with an empty battery! Next to that the low weight and thin design are a huge plus when it comes to travelling.


I know you see me doing a lot of things such as taking pictures of my outfits, going to events, meetings,… But the truth is that I spend a lot of hours on my laptop. Therefore, I can really appreciate a pretty design. The dark colour of the HP Spectre x360 and rosé details are in my opinion very stylish and chique. It’s a pleasure to write my blogposts on it and to take it with me to meetings!

You are probably wondering why it’s called the x360. This isn’t just a pretty gadget, you can turn the screen 360 degrees. This means you can use the HP Spectre x360 in four different positions. My two favorite positions are the normal position and the tablet position. That’s right! You can transform within seconds from laptop to tablet. I love to use it as a tablet when I want to scroll through my Instagram feed or read a book.

I will admit that I have a little addiction! Everyone needs a lazy Sunday once in a while, right? There is just nothing better to stay inside, get a cup of coffee and binge watch your favorite tv show. The different positions make it a lot easier to place your laptop, you can really turn the HP Spectre x360 how you like so you have the perfect angle to watch.

If you want to know more about my trip to Nice and my first impressions of the HP Spectre x360, then be sure to have a look at the video below. I’m sure it will get you in the right mood for summer!

More information about the HP Spectre x360 can be found here.



Post in collaboration with HP.