The x360 has rounded corners and playful design that gives it an accessible, consumer-gadget feel weighing at around 1.5 kgs
A budget ultraportable laptop
But as a budget ultra-portable laptop, the x360 works well, with a full-size keyboard and a large, wide, touch-pad. Like many HP laptops, the top row of function keys are reversed, which means you can adjust the screen brightness, volume, and other features without holding down the Fn key. The island-style keys have a tiny bit of texture to them, which helps grip the fingers.
The wide touch-pad, another HP staple, also translates well in the budget version presented here. It's a click-pad-style pad, giving you a larger touch surface without separate left and right mouse buttons. Multi-touch gestures, such as two-finger scrolling, work surprisingly well, and in addition to this, you're likely to do more of your on-screen nav from the touchscreen.
The system loudly proclaims its Beats Audio branding via a large logo right on the interior hinge
Connections, performance, and battery
Compared to many other ultra-portable laptops the x360 has a very generous selection of ports, including HDMI out, an SD card slot, and a full-size Ethernet jack. That's great -- if you need a small laptop with the ability to easily connect to a wired Internet setup, it's a big vote in this system's favor.
This is always a strong selling point for both ultra-portable laptops and tablets, and HP have made this a major feature of the x360 hybrid. The pavilion x360 has a battery running for 4 hours 47 minutes in a video-playback battery-drain test.
- Intel Celeron
- 4GB RAM / 500GB hard drive (
- 11.6-Inch LED-backlit high-definition touch-screen display
- 360° flip-and-fold design
Note: Optical drive not included, but compatible with optional external recordable CD/DVD drives
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