HP Announces New Pavilion x360 Convertible Laptop Inspired By Lenovo Yoga, Price Starts At $400

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HP Pavilion x360

Lenovo today announced a new convertible laptop called Pavilion x360. HP’s Pavilion x360 design is similar to popular Lenovo Yoga series. You have a 360-degree hinge allowing it to be used in four modes which includes Tent mode, Stand mode, laptop mode and Tablet mode. What’s so different from Yoga then? Price.

Pavilion x360 Convertible Laptop will be available starting last week of February with a price tag beginning from $400. It will come with Pentium-series Intel Bay Trail processor, a 500GB hard drive, Beats Audio and a 1,366 x 768 IPS display. It will also come with three USB ports and a full-sized HDMI socket. One bad news is that this laptop will only have two-cell battery, so you can’t enjoy your device for more than 4 hours.

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  • Bugbog

    “Lenovo today announced a new convertible laptop called Pavilion x360.
    HP’s Pavilion x360 design is similar to popular Lenovo Yoga series.”

    I don’t know whether this is comedy or parody, whether it’s Lenovo trying to associate the HP brand with dirt cheap, low spec devices, (and getting back at HP for stealing a Lenovo feature). Or whether it is indeed from HP, and is a self-parody, with them releasing another bargain basement ‘crap’ unit!?

  • Wtechrover

    Obviously an error.
    But why givin only the res and not the screen size? Screen size matters more.

  • efjay

    Why are there never any links to the original story in articles on this site? Very unprofessional.

  • http://www.simonpauldesign.com/ Simon Paul

    Looks like absolute peice of shit.

  • Tips_y

    If one must copy, then make a copy that’s as good or even better than the original. What is happening to HP!!! Why are they reduced to putting out imitation crap!!! I hope they don’t put Windows8 in that piece of junk!!!

  • jimski27

    Nothing is free in this world. No 4th Gen Processor. No SSD. Thicker. Heavier. Etc., etc. But I guess if all you have is $399, go for it. Although I would recommend saving up your dollars for a “real” Yoga.