HP has announced the launch of the Pavilion x360 14, a convertible consumer Updated on the outside and inside, based on the latest Intel processors and with a base price content to meet any budget.
The Pavilion x360 14 maintains the characteristic hinge system of this series, allowing the screen to be rotated up to 360 degrees to place it above the keyboard and favor multiple modes of use, tablet, laptop and intermediate modes such as presentation.
Your screen 14 inches diagonal with FHD resolution it is ideal for its balance between mobility and productivity. Like all HP «x360» convertible computers, it features multi-touch technology and a stylus holder. HP has taken advantage of the renovation to reduce the size of the bezels and also their thickness up to 18 mm.
Inside, the processors stand out 10th Generation Intel Core and the possibility of expanding its storage capacity with solid state drives of up to 1 Tbyte. Depending on the configuration selected, the new Pavilion x360 14 will support the latest version of the Wi-Fi 6 wireless standard and for the first time in a Pavilion, the ability to equip it for 4G-LTE mobile broadband networks.
Connectivity is completed with USB Type-C ports and HDMI video output, a larger touchpad and an audio system prepared by Bang & Olufsen and features such as HP Audio Boost for a more immersive experience. To highlight the declared autonomy for this convertible which rises to 13 hours duration on a single charge.
HP Pavilion x360 14, price and availability
HP’s new convertible for the consumer market will be available in late May in silver, gold and greenish blue finishes. The price of the base version is 599 euros. A contained price for a convertible that comes to reinforce the line of consumer laptops after the great update of the ENVY series.