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After spending some time with HP's redesigned 15-inch Spectre x360, it seems to me the company's recipe for clawing its way back into the hearts of the people should have been obvious all along: lots of power and features in an attractive package for less money than the competition. Duh.

If you've wanted a cheap laptop -- especially a cheap convertible tablet/laptop hybrid -- Chromebooks have typically been the best option. Sure, we've seen some super cheap Windows PCs over the years, but rarely have we seen a $US200 ($261) Windows convertible. Dell has a low-end two-in-one, but super-cheap Windows laptops with touch screens are still fairly uncommon.