HP has always fascinated with its new designs and 2 in 1 laptops. The company recently rolled out its new 2 in 1 laptop series namely the HP pavilion x360 with its quirky design, light handling this laptop can make a place in a student’s life quite easily which it’s basically made for. HP has focused more on its design by adding the horizontal strips that you can see near the palm rest on the laptop; HP says that these are inspired from Nike’s Flyknit Sneakers.
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What’s inside this small schooling laptop?
The HP pavilion x360 is available in three different variants all differing in sizes, price and internal features. The smallest sized model i.e. 11 inches is packed with an i3 (skylake) intel processor and 8GB RAM, the second variant sports an i5 (skylake) processor and massive 16 GB RAM while the top sized variant has a screen size of 15.6 inches and intel i7 (skylake) processor with 8 GB RAM. The screen is supposed to be giving HD display which it quite frankly doesn’t and disappoints in this field. The laptop is powered with Windows 10. All models of these laptops have NVIDIA GeForce 930M graphic card.
These laptops will work perfectly for youngsters as they are lightweight, small and easy to carry.
A brief look into the design and price
When it comes to design HP has tried to make the laptop look sporty by adding Nike’s sporty design and contrasting colors but the built of the laptop seems to disappoint as the most part is made of plastic rather than metal. The plastic built is what makes the HP pavilion x360 cheaper than the normal laptops. The 2 in 1 design is handy as the device can be used as a Laptop and a tablet as well, giving students an extra verge of comfort. The price of these laptops is $380, $480 and $580 respectively.