HP Spectre Folio Leather X360 13" Touchscreen Laptop (Intel Core I7, 8Gb Memory, 256Gb Solid State Drive, Windows 10, Cognac Brown) 13-Ak0013Dx
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- Built from durable chrome-tanned leather, The HP Spectre FOLIO features precise artisan-inspired craftsmanshipâ€”effortlessly merging timeless design and modern innovation
- With up to 15 hours and 30 minutes of battery life and the latest dual-core 8th Generation Intel Core processor, this personal computer allows you to stay productive all day
- Fold the screen flat and edit photos with an HP pen in tablet position, or slide the screen to forward position, perfect for watching movies
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BUT, the leather that covers the device is deeply flawed. only a few months in, and the leather edges(glued together) that are in contact with my palm or lap or backpack is starting to separate. Absurd for a laptop only used for a few months. And I use it with care too, but it's unavoidable if you want to use it at all. Hp should've stitched the edges or done something else, and even if you send it to hp to fix it..the same thing will happen eventually. The only way i see it is to stitch around the edges..maybe that will help..but the fact that you have to do it shows HP didn't do its due research before putting it on the market.