HP is updating its range of notebooks to the Intel Broadwell platform, including the Pavilion x360 that provide access to their attractive line of convertible touchscreens at a moderate price.
The line is based on their signature x360 design that can offer the best of the mobile and tablet world in one product through a hinge system that can rotate the screen 360 degrees, offering different modes of uses, desktop, presentations or tablet.
The series includes models with screen 11, 13 and up to diagonal 15 inches. Among the models listed in the HP Store (coming in stock), we see a x360 Pavilion with a 13.3-inch screen, Core i3-5010U, HD 5500 graphics, 4GB of RAM and 500GB hard drive for 599 euros. A superior alternative offers 8 Gbytes of RAM and a Core i5-5200U processor 699 euros.
If you want this type of design but on a big screen, the HP Envy x360 offers a 15.6-inch screen with Core i7-5500U processor, 8GB of RAM and a hard disk with 1 Tbyte at a reference price of 899 euros.
We also hope that the HP Pavilion 11 x360 will arrive to US soon. A similar model but focused on mobility and autonomy, with 11-inch screen, and a Intel Core M 5Y10c processor. The base has 4 GB of RAM and 500 GB hard drive.
Finally, if you want the crown jewel you will have to jump to the Spectre x360 (they say it’s the best laptop ever created by HP) with the same base design of 360 degrees hinges but with an aluminum chassis, Core i7 Broadwell, a Samsung SSD of 512 Gbytes and 13.3-inch Quad HD screen.