Thank you for your kind and quick reply “pemartins”
What I really need is the web cam. I don’t have many use for the fingerprint reader especially in Linux at this moment. ^^"
Right now I have to switch back to Windows 10 for the moment. (just for the web cam alone) It crashed like dozen of times withing a week period, which never happen to me when I’m on Linux (Ubuntu Mate / Xubuntu / Linux Mint) I’d like to return to Linux soon, once I figure out how to get the web cam to work on my Spectre.
I haven’t tried Windows virtual machines on Linux before. If I have other choice I wouldn’t pick Windows ever. I can find everything I need else where beside Windows nowadays.
As for battery life / I figured it’s about 1 hr. shorter on any Linux compare to Windows 10, It’s not a deal breaker for me.
I’ve never try Bluestacks before. (Sorry can’t help you with this one.)
So far I’m very happy with the HP Spectre X360 13T very much a very beautiful laptop. It’d be much better if HP decide to support the driver for Linux officially.