The HP Pavilion x2 combines both a tablet and a laptop into one device. It comes packed with high-quality hardware: 1.44GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 10-inch screen with a quality that rivals even Apple’s Retina screens.
Windows 10 is built into the HP Pavilion x2, giving you access to such features as Cortana, Windows Hello and Microsoft Edge. If you use other Windows 10 computers at home or in the office, you’ll be able to easily sync the HP Pavilion x2 to share files and pictures.
You’ll find the HP Pavilion x2 will definitely replace your smartphone as your Netflix device of choice thanks to the Bang and Olufsen speakers, providing an aural quality that rivals even the best surround sound setups. For typing up that work report, you’ll love the full-size QWERTY keyboard. This keyboard is fully detachable from the device and doubles as a screen protector when the tablet is not in use.
The design of the HP Pavilion x2 lends itself to portability, and luckily the device is as rugged as they come. The keyboard attaches with high-quality magnets that won’t degrade, and the case is made of a high-quality material that won’t crack.
The HP Pavilion x2 is perfect for both a casual user who is looking for a tablet and an IT support LA technician who is looking for a low-cost laptop for work. Like most convertible laptops, the HP laptop won’t be able to run resource-intensive software programs like Photoshop or the latest video games like “Fallout 4,” but you’ll find it perfect for a Netflix night. Its durability makes it perfect for travel, the battery is long-lasting, and with three different colors to choose from, there is an HP Pavilion x2 to match every wardrobe. If you’re in the market for a laptop and tablet hybrid, the HP Pavilion x2 is an option for you which starts at $299.99.