Cf. this with the EliteBook Folio 1020 and 1040 and the Spectre X360.
Think resolution and screen is an excellent compromise. Lacks not qHD resolutions you tapped into the above. Lustrous but perfectly ok to dampen reflections. Bright enough to be able to work out in the daylight.
Fan Loose is better than silence. At last I can hear pins drop to the ground. Expect fast can you do in the cloud instead.
Bang & Olufsen what? The speakers are just as bad as all the other laptops. Maybe something I do not take or is it just a marketing gimmick?
The keyboard is dumb and slow. Need some force to not miss. Backlighting in 3 steps - high, low and off - to turn off automatically. The layout is good and the type of standard or slightly less with all the extras you need for the F-keys. Dedicated buttons for Mute mic is useful.
The battery is not in the Macbook Pro level but is pretty normal working day with the power save mode at the end - of course approved for an ultraportable. But it is strange that the Spectre is marginally larger with a I7 may have better battery life than the Core M5 - seems like Intel has some work to do.