HP Pavilion x360 notebook is a hybrid touch notebook with 11.6-inch display tilting up to 360 degrees. The HP Pavilion x360 looks very sophisticated and makes a good impression.
Pavilion x360 is designed for the educational market, which is useful for taking notes in class or to watch a movie with friends. Inside, we find Intel Pentium N3520 (Bay Trail) processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB hard drive at 5400rpm and 11.6-inch display (1366 x 768 pixels) multitouch to 10 points of contact.
The notebook also features HP hybrid of two speakers, a signature Beats Audio, a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, SD card reader, a 720p camera and an HDMI output. There is also an Ethernet port, a module WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0. The 4400 mAh battery provides only for 4 hours of battery time.
Characterized by a soft-touch finish, it weighs 1.4Kg, measures 21 mm in thickness, and the case comes in a chic red and classic gray. The outer casing is made of plastic, there is interior of brushed aluminum. This is further enhanced by the many connections, including two USB 2.0 ports and one USB 3.0 port, a network port and an SD card slot. As a special feature, there is a UMTS modem and HP sponsors per month 250 MB of data.
The laptop will allow users to switch between “laptop” mode to “tablet “in a few seconds, via “tent “mode, because of the special integrated hinge between the keyboard and screen. In tablet mode, the keyboard is automatically disabled to avoid accidental typing. As for the software, the HP Pavilion x360 runs on Windows 8 and will be equipped with some proprietary applications such as HP Connected Music and Connected Drive , to access their data anywhere. It will be available from February 26 in $ 399, but there are more expensive versions with 500GB hard drive and SSD, or (up to) 8GB of RAM.