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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2 in 1 laptops built by HP have good ratings on average. We also checked the reviews for all portable PCs (not just 2 in 1 laptops) and found that HP also has good ratings across its entire range.
64-Bit Processor Operating Mode
This laptop supports a 64-bit processor operating mode, which is the most frequently supported processor operating mode on laptops of this spec and age.
Fairly Fast On-Board Graphics Adapter Dynamic Frequency
2 in 1 laptops that have been available for a similar time to the Pavilion x360 have on-board graphics adapter dynamic frequencies of between 600MHz and 1,200MHz. The HP Pavilion x360 has one of the faster on-board graphics adapter dynamic frequencies (1,000 megahertz) amongst 2 in 1 laptops of this age.
Has a Full-Size Keyboard
Unlike most of the other portable PCs of a similar age and spec to the Pavilion x360 which do not have a full-size keyboard, the Pavilion x360 has a full-size keyboard.
Has a Front Camera
The HP Pavilion x360 has a front camera. Most of the other portable PCs of this age and spec also have a front camera.
We compared all the other portable PCs with a front camera to this portable PC and we think because of it's better review score, the HP Spectre x360 is also worth considering.
1,600MHz Processor Memory Clock Speed
The Pavilion x360 supports a faster memory clock speeds supported by processor than most 2 in 1 laptops that are a similar age to it. This portable PC supports a 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed, whereas most similar spec laptops that have been around for around the same time as it support a 133MHz processor memory clock speed. In addition, this HP portable PC supports 1 and 333MHz processor memory clock speeds.
A 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed is actually the best supported memory clock speeds supported by processor across all 2 in 1 laptops that are a comparable age to the Pavilion x360.
Across similar types of laptop the worst supported memory clock speeds supported by processor is 133MHz.
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Intel Core I5 Processor Family
The Pavilion x360 has a better processor family than most 2 in 1 laptops that have been on the market for a comparable time to it. This laptop has an Intel Core i5 processor family, whereas most 2 in 1 laptops that were released one year ago have an Intel Core i5-5xxx processor family. The processor family of all 2 in 1 laptops that were released around the same time as the Pavilion x360 ranges from Intel Atom (worst) to Intel Core i7-4xxx (best).
L3 Processor Cache
This notebook PC has a L3 processor cache, which is the most frequently found processor cache on notebook PCs of this spec and age.
64-Bit Operating System Architecture
This notebook PC has a 64-bit operating system architecture, which is the most commonly found operating system architecture on portable PCs of this type and age.
Has a Touch Sensitive Screen
The Pavilion x360 has a touch sensitive screen. Most of the other laptops of this age and type also have a touch sensitive screen.
It may also be worth considering one of the alternative portable PCs with a touch sensitive screen currently available including because of it's better review score, the Asus R554LA.
Silver EPEAT Compliance
This notebook PC has a Silver EPEAT compliance, which is typical of many laptops that have been around for a comparable time to it.
2x SO-DIMM Memory Slot
The Pavilion x360 has a maximum memory slots of 2x SO-DIMM. That's over two times the memory slots of the most common memory slot of 1x SO-DIMM.
A 2x SO-DIMM memory slot is in fact the best memory slots across all notebook PCs of a comparable spec and age to the Pavilion x360.
The worst memory slots across comparable types of laptop is 1x SO-DIMM.
10 Mbit/s Ethernet LAN Data Rate
This notebook PC Ethernet LAN data rate, which is typical of many 2 in 1 laptops that were released around the same time as it.
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Very Slow On-Board Graphics Adapter Base Frequency
The on-board graphics adapter base frequencies of notebook PCs that have been on the market for more than a year range from 200MHz to 540MHz. The HP Pavilion x360 has a quite slow on-board graphics adapter base frequency (only 200 megahertz) compared to most of the other 2 in 1 laptops that were released one year ago.
Very Small Maximum On-Board Graphics Adapter Memory
The Pavilion x360 has one of the smaller maximum on-board graphics adapter memories (only 1.74 gigabytes) amongst 2 in 1 laptops of this age. The average maximum on-board graphics adapter memory of laptops of a similar spec and age to the Pavilion x360 is 11GB.
Only HDD Storage Medium
The Pavilion x360 has an HDD storage medium which is better than the SSD storage medium found on most notebook PCs that came out 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 portable PC's storage medium (HDD) is in fact the worst storage medium amongst all notebook PCs of this age and type.
An SSD storage medium is the best storage medium amongst similar types of portable PC.
Only 1366 X 768 Pixels Display Resolution
The highest display resolution of the Pavilion x360 is 1366 x 768 pixels. That's 49% less display resolution than a 1920 x 1080 pixels laptop, which is the most common display resolution.
A 1366 x 768 pixels display resolution is in fact the worst display resolution across all notebook PCs that have been available for more than a year.
The best display resolution amongst comparable types of portable PC is 1920 x 1080 pixels.
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Only Beats Audio Audio System
This notebook PC audio system, which is typical of many portable PCs of this type and age.
The thinnest 2 in 1 laptop that was released more than a year ago is 7.3mm thick, the thickest is 280mm, and the average height is 23mm. At 22.4 millimeters, the Pavilion x360 is fairly thick compared to most of the other similar spec notebook PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as the Pavilion x360.
Only 802.11a WiFi Standard
The Pavilion x360 has an 802.11a WiFi standard which is better than most similar spec laptops that have been around for around the same time as it. Most notebook PCs of this age and type have an 802.11n WiFi standard.
An 802.11a WiFi standard is in fact the worst Wi-Fi standard across all portable PCs that have been on the market for more than a year.
An 802.11n WiFi standard is the best Wi-Fi standard amongst similar types of portable PC.
6 Other reasons to consider the HP Pavilion x360
Released Over Two Years Ago
It was over two years ago when this HP laptop was released.
Average Total Storage Capacity
The Pavilion x360 has a relatively typical total storage capacity (500 gigabytes) compared to most of the other portable PCs of this age and type.
Laptops with a bigger total storage capacity that might be worth looking at include the HP Spectre x360 (512GB), or the Lenovo Yoga (512GB).
Average Internal Memory
With an internal memory of 6 gigabytes, the Pavilion x360 has a fairly typical internal memory compared to most of the other similar spec portable PCs that were released around the same time as the Pavilion x360.
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Average Processor Clock Speed
The Pavilion x360 has a fairly typical processor clock speed (1.7 gigahertz) compared to most of the other comparable spec portable PCs that were launched more than a year ago.
With a weight of 1.8 kilograms, the Pavilion x360 has a relatively average weight compared to most of the other portable PCs of this age and type.
If you would consider a notebook PC with a heavier weight then you might want to look at the HP Pro x2 612 (1.9kg).
Average Screen Size
The HP Pavilion x360 has a fairly average screen size (13.3 inches) compared to most of the other 2 in 1 laptops that were released more than a year ago.
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