HP Unveiled Yoga-like Pavilion x360 Laptop

Lenovo’s iconic Yoga design proves to be quite influential in the industry. The HP Pavilion X360 comes with four different modes that could improve user experience. Users could fold the keyboard under to put the laptop into the stand mode. In tent mode, the x360 is balanced upside down. Like Lenovo’s design, the keyboard is completely disabled when we flip the display and use the machine as a tablet.

Despite similarities in design, the HP Pavilion X360 doesn’t command flagship prices and it starts at only $400. Obviously, cheaper price also equals to less capable specs. The machine sports, Intel Bay Trail processor, 1366 x 768 screen resolution and 500GB mechanical hard drive, instead of a SSD. On the bright side, the audio quality is somewhat better than Lenovo Yoga, because HP has added the Beats Audio technology. The IPS panel also ensures wider viewing angles. The full-sized HDMI socket and three USB ports could also sweeten deal for interested buyers.

There’s a 2-cell battery under the chassis, but HP doesn’t say anything about the laptop’s longevity. The HP Pavilion X360 will be available from February 26 with silver and red color options.

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