HP intros Pavilion x360 convertible laptop

HP, in an event today, has introduced the new Pavilion x360 convertible laptop which sports an Intel Pentium processor, 4GB RAM, and a variety of display sizes.


HP Pavilion x360 (m1-u001dx) specs:
11.6-inch HD IPS display @ 1366 x 768 resolution
UWVA WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass
Intel Pentium N3710 processor
Intel HD graphics
500GB Hard Drive
B&O Play with dual speakers
Front webcam
Full-size island-style keyboard
Windows 10 Home

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HP Pavilion x360 Convert 11-u048TU specs:
11.6-inch HD WLED IPS display @ 1366 x 768 resolution
Intel Celeron N3060 processor
Intel HD graphics 400
500GB Hard Drive
B&O Play
Windows 10
Price: Php20,990

HP Pavilion x360 Convert 13-u036TU specs:
13.3-inch Full HD LED IPS display @ 1920 x 1080 resolution
Intel Core i3-6100Uprocessor
Intel HD graphics 520
500GB Hard Drive
B&O Play
Windows 10
Price: Php29,990

As seen on the specs sheet above, the HP Pavilion x360 starts at Php20,990 and goes up to Php29,990 depending on the configuration. It will be available by next week or two weeks from now. Stay tuned for our hands-on and first impressions.

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  1. Avatar for JM Catada JM Catada says:

    I purchased the x360 11 inch with Pentium processor last week and I could say that it is pretty decent when it comes to basic use such as watching movies and creating documents. The keyboard was great and I like it for being so tactile.

    I also like the reflexive nature of the device and having four modes. One thing to consider though is its weight when using it as a tablet. The touch screen is quite responsive when it comes to clicking the start icon, close buttons etc. There are however seldom touch issues when you try to touch-slide the screen when scrolling up and down on an open webpages or documents. You will also encounter left and right swiping issue when checking out photos in full screen.

    One of the downsides of this device is its weak battery life. I could get only for about 3 to 4 hours of power on continuous usage with 30% to 50% screen brightness. Furthermore, the browsing experience was mediocre because the wifi adaptor is a single adaptor unlike other devices in the market that offer dual band.

    To sum the experience, the device will serve an office person well if your main purpose of it is for documents and movies. I would not recommend this for people who would love to stay at coffee shops and people-on-the-go because of its feeble battery. They may consider taking the Asus transformer book T100T that can last for up to 11 hours if they are into productivity on the go with a reasonable price.

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