HP introduced its new Pavilion pc lineup, which includes the ultra-affordable x360 line of convertible touchscreen laptops which flip and flex in all the ways.
The new Pavilion 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch models are getting a little lighter and thinner, and HP is also adding a 15.6-inch model. In case you were wondering, 15.6 inches is actually kind of big for a convertible. HP recently announced the higher-end Spectre x360 in a 15-inch version.
The new Pavilion 11.6-inch has a (1,366 x 768 resolution) touch screen, features 2.16GHz Intel Pentium N3520 with the 4 gigabyte to 8gigabyte of RAM , 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,333MHz, with 32MB Intel HD Graphics and 500 gigabyte 5,400rpm HDD storage. It also feature 802.11b/g/n wi-fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
The x360 is black plastic interior and round edges. Although Natural Silver is the default color, HP’s hybrid is also available in Modern Gold, Dragonfly Blue, Cardinal Red, and Sport Purple. the x360 works well, with a full-size keyboard and a large, wide, touchpad.
The new pavilion x360 is pretty generous with ports, placing two 3.0 USB ports on the right side with a full HDMI port, an expandable Ethernet port, jacks for a headset and the power cord and a Windows button. On the left, you will find a single USB 2.0 port with an SD card reader, a secure lock slot and a button for power and volume.
The flexible HP Pavilion x360 hybrid has a long, sturdy hinge, a large touchpad, and decent ports for an ultraportable PC
The laptops ship direct from HP.com this month, but the 15.6-inch model won’t be available in stores until July.