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The new HP Pavilion x360

HP Pavilion x360 features a 360 degree hinge which allows comfort and convenience in all situations

Feb 25 2014, 10:17am CST | by

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The new HP Pavilion x360

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The new HP Pavilion x360

The HP Pavilion x360 which was announced earlier today by HP brings a whole new convertible experience within an affordable range. The touch convertible PC will have the ability to completely the computing experience with a 360-degree hinge which rightly fits in the lifestyle of the next gen.

The good news came along with this announcement; HP has announced that the HP DataPass(1) broadband service has been extended to 12 different countries now including the US. This is great news for on the go users who would like to have uninterruptable access to the internet without having the need for a Wi-Fi connection. This is perfect for working in a relaxed atmosphere and regardless of the position you’re sitting in, this will convert from a notebook mode to stand or tent mode, or even to tablet mode if you like.

The HP Pavilion x360 comes in two shades of Brilliant Red and Smoke Silver and has a soft touch finish which keeps away the annoying fingerprints.

Some other interesting features have been summarized below;

• Built-in Beats Audio, dual speakers and HP Connected Music.

• Weighs 3.08 pounds with a 1.6-inch diagonal high-definition (HD) SVA display (10-point capacitive multitouch)

• Intel Pentium processor

• HP TrueVision HD webcam

• A starting price of $399.99

 

source: techpowerup

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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