It’s been a few weeks now since I went on my amazing trip to Sedona. The trip was part of an effort to reignite my drive for my fine art photography. And it did! After all, I have an MFA so I should be putting that to use somehow. I’ve already taken one trip to the desert since then and I have 2 out of state trips planned. I am really looking forward to exploring new places and bring the HP Spectre along with me to edit on site and research things to do and see in these new cities. It really is a great travel companion because of its ultra thin and light body. It makes packing a lot easier because it’s a lot less bulk in the bag and strain on my back in my backpack. And let’s be honest, a computer is for much more than just work. And when you’re in a hotel room or on an airplane you want to watch movies. The Spectre’s HD screen is bright and clear and makes binge watching Stranger Things or even old 4:3 episodes of Seinfeld a joy.
Below are some photos that highlight some of my favorite features of the laptop, a typical setup with me using it, and a couple photos from a recent trip to the desert. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: if you are a PC user looking to upgrade your laptop, look no further than the HP Spectre.
This post is in collaboration with HP. All thoughts and opinions are my own.