HP Elite Dragonfly has loads of things in common with Spectre x360. However, there are certain factors that set them apart from each other. Let’s glance through these points of difference:
The Dragonfly gets its design from HP’s EliteBook line-up. As such, it is lightweight (even lighter than EliteBook series – 2.18 to 2.4 pounds due to use of magnesium); whereas the Spectre does bank on aluminum; which is heavier.
Dragonfly comes with “iridescent dragonfly blue finish” (as claimed by HP). However, it happens to be the lone color option. On the other side, Spectre is available in 3 colors: Natural Silver, Poseidon Blue with Pale Brass accents, and Nightfall Black with Copper Luxe accents.
Dragonfly does provide a handsome and conventional look and feel with “diamond-cut” accents; whereas the Spectre makes way for more hard-edged, controversial, and angular “gem-cut” design.
Dragonfly has a lighter and quieter keyboard; whereas Spectre’s keyboard is merely quiet; no “light” feeling therein.
Both the laptops have touchpads of similar quality; but Dragonfly’s touchpad’s size is bigger. This could be attributed to its slightly bigger wrist rest area.
Dragonfly offers a better sound as compared to Spectre; as the latter is subject to reduction in form factor.
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