HP announces Pavilion x360
Hewlett Packard has announced a new laptop at Mobile World Congress called the Pavilion x360. The Pavilion x360 looks similar to the Lenovo Yoga. The Pavilion x360 has a hinge that lets the 11.6-inch touchscreen fold back around 360 degrees so it can be used as a notebook or tablet. The Pavilion x360 is priced at $199 less than the Yoga 2. The Pavilion x360 costs $400.
The Pavilion x360 has a brushed aluminum keyboard deck and will be available in red and silver. The Pavilion x360 is 0.86 inches thick and weighs 3.08 pounds. It will be available on February 26th starting at $400.
The Pavilion x360 has a quad-core Intel Pentium N3520 processor (Bay Trail), 4GB memory, 500GB hybrid hard drive, 10-point touch display, 11.6-inch IPS, 1366 x 768 pixels, and integrated graphics. The Pavilion x360 has three USB ports – two USB 2.0 ports and one USB 3.0 port. It also has a full-sized HDMI port, 720p webcam, 802.11n WiFi adapter, and Beats Audio stereo speakers.