11.6-inch 360-degree Pavilion Convertible PC Announced By Hewlett-Packard
Gabriel Roşu / 3 years ago
Hewlett-Packard has announced the HP Pavilion 360, an affordable flip-screen PC to adapt and suit the user’s needs. HP also notifies about its DataPass broadband having expanded to 12 additional countries, including the United States, to help users without an active Wi-Fi hotspot connect to the Internet.
“Customers have told us they want a single device that is designed to work and play the way they do, at an affordable price,” said Ron Coughlin, senior vice president, Consumer PC and Solutions Group, HP. “The HP Pavilion x360 is perfect for today’s busy lifestyles. Its 360-degree hinge allows multitaskers to easily transition from laptop to tent to tablet. It’s the laptop that doesn’t make you miss your tablet and the tablet that doesn’t make you miss your laptop — all at a price that is similar to an entry-level notebook.”
The 360 feature is useful in situation where the user wants to check and respond to e-mails as quickly as possible, where the notebook mode is handy, and afterwards browse social media sites, watch movies, perform video calls, etc, where the need for a keyboard and/or a touch pad is not needed.
The HP Pavilion 360 features a 11.6-inch 10-point capacitive multitouch screen, an Intel Pentrium CPU and HP TrueVision HD webcam. It also features Beats Audio for users who prefer to get the best out of their songs and the 3.08 pounds makes the convertible PC a must have as a portable companion.
It comes in two different colors, brilliant red and smoke silver, having a soft touch finish on the screen to prevent fingerprints and an aluminium brush on the keyboard deck. The reported start price for the convertible PC is said to start at $399.99 having it launch on the 26th of February in the U.S.