Gift giving can often times be stressful, especially when you’re trying to find the perfect gift to give to someone that means the world to you. Not only do you want it to be something that they’ll love, you also want it be something practical and something that they’ll be able to use all the time! Since I love fashion, typically that’s what I like to gift during the holidays, but this year I wanted to give something different. Luckily, I was able to partner up with HP to do just that. With their #ReinventGiving campaign, I was able to give Laura the gift of the Spectre x360. For those of you that don’t know who Laura is yet, she’s the Director of Operations here at Chriselle Inc. (AKA Boss Lady)! She manages the entire CINCTeam and I honestly don’t know what we would do without her! She’s constantly coordinating, emailing and scheduling, so I knew the Spectre x360 would integrate into her life seamlessly. I especially love how powerful and thin it is (it’s under 3 lbs and slides right into your work bag) and I knew Laura would love it too!
The Spectre x360 is both a laptop and a tablet. It’s probably the lightest laptop I’ve ever held, which is perfect considering both Laura and I are constantly on the go and take our laptops everywhere! No two days are ever the same for Laura so the multiple modes of the Spectre x360 will make it the perfect tool to help her as she and I work together to reinvent what a typical career in the fashion industry can look like. When I first received the Spectre x360, I was nervous about transitioning from a laptop to tablet- but it was the easiest shift ever! You just fold the screen back and it automatically switches to tablet mode, plus you can still use the touch-screen when it’s being used as a laptop. For me, gifting Laura the Spectre x360 was the best way to get into the Holiday spirit.
You can also get inspired to #ReinventGiving this year by checking out HP’s newest commercial, watch it here! Additionally, I wanted to give a big thank you to my friends at HP for sponsoring this post!