Easily convert from a 33,8 cm (13,3") notebook to stand to tent to tablet mode with this amazingly value-packed convertible PC, featuring a 360 hinge. With optimized touchscreen performance and...
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HP has good average ratings for its 2 in 1 laptops as well as across its entire portable PC range compared to other brands.
Two USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A Ports
The Pavilion x360 is a two USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A port notebook PC.
Has a Full-Size Keyboard
The Pavilion x360 has a full-size keyboard, which is unusual. Most of the other similar spec portable PCs that are a comparable age to the Pavilion x360 do not have a full-size keyboard.
Has a Front Camera
Like most of the other portable PCs that have been on the market for more than two years, the HP Pavilion x360 has a front camera.
1,600MHz Processor Memory Clock Speed
The Pavilion x360 supports a 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed which is faster than most 2 in 1 laptops that were launched around the same time as it. Most laptops of this spec and age support a 133MHz processor memory clock speed.
A 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed is actually the best supported memory clock speeds supported by processor across all portable PCs of this spec and age.
Across similar types of notebook PC the worst supported memory clock speeds supported by processor is 133MHz.
Quite Big Screen Size
With a screen size of 13.3 inches, the Pavilion x360 has one of the bigger screen sizes amongst portable PCs of this age. The screen sizes of notebook PCs of this type and age range from 10" to 16", and the average screen size is 13".
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64-Bit Operating System Architecture
This notebook PC has a 64-bit operating system architecture, which is the most frequently found operating system architecture on comparable spec laptops that were released more than two years ago.
L3 Processor Cache
This notebook PC has a L3 processor cache, which is typical of many portable PCs of a comparable age and spec to it.
Has a Touch Sensitive Screen
Like most of the other 2 in 1 laptops that are a similar age to the Pavilion x360, the Pavilion x360 has a touch sensitive screen.
802.11g WiFi Standard
The Pavilion x360 has a better Wi-Fi standard than most 2 in 1 laptops that were released more than two years ago. This portable PC has an 802.11g WiFi standard, whereas most portable PCs of this spec and age have an 802.11n WiFi standard. Across all laptops that were launched around the same time as the Pavilion x360 the Wi-Fi standard ranges from 802.11a to 802.11n.
Two USB 3.0 Ports
The Pavilion x360 is a two USB 3.0 port notebook PC.
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Only HDD Storage Medium
The Pavilion x360 has an HDD storage medium which is better than the SSD storage medium found on most comparable spec portable PCs that were released around the same time as it. HDD is a traditional storage drive which stores the information on magnetic disks. HDD drives are slower than other forms of storage such as solid state drives (SSD) and flash drives.
This laptop's storage medium (HDD) is actually the worst storage medium across all 2 in 1 laptops that are a similar age to the Pavilion x360.
An SSD storage medium is the best storage medium across comparable types of laptop.
Only 1366 X 768 Pixels Display Resolution
This notebook PC has a display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, which is typical of many portable PCs of this age and type.
Across all the comparable spec notebook PCs that were launched around the same time as the Pavilion x360 the heights range from 8.9mm to 240mm. With a height of 22.4 millimeters, the HP Pavilion x360 is one of the thicker 2 in 1 laptops that are a similar age to the Pavilion x360 amongst similar spec notebook PCs of this age.
Only One USB 2.0 Port
Most laptops that were released more than two years ago have one USB 2.0 port, including the Pavilion x360 which has one USB 2.0 port.
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6 Other reasons to consider the HP Pavilion x360
Released Over Two Years Ago
HP released the Pavilion x360 over two years ago.
Intel Core I3 Processor Family
The HP Pavilion x360 has an Intel Core i3 processor family which is better than the Intel Core i5 processor family found on most comparable spec laptops that have been on the market for around the same time as it.
Average Total Storage Capacity
At 500 gigabytes, the Pavilion x360 has a fairly average total storage capacity compared to most of the other notebook PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as the Pavilion x360.
If this portable PC total storage capacity is not big enough for you then you might want to consider the Asus Transformer Book T200TA (532GB).
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Average Internal Memory
At 4 gigabytes, the Pavilion x360 has a relatively standard internal memory compared to most of the other portable PCs of a comparable type and age to the Pavilion x360.
If this HP laptop internal memory is too small for you then you might also want to consider the Lenovo Flex 15D (8GB).
Average Processor Clock Speed
With a processor clock speed of 1.9 gigahertz, the Pavilion x360 has a fairly average processor clock speed compared to most of the other portable PCs of this type and age.
Laptops with a faster processor clock speed that might be worth considering include the Yoga (2GHz), or the Flex 15D (2GHz) both from Lenovo.
At 1.8 kilograms, the Pavilion x360 has a pretty average weight compared to most of the other 2 in 1 laptops that came out around the same time as the Pavilion x360.
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