Catering to people who are constantly mobile, the HP Pavilion x360 is a convertible personal device that can be a laptop or a tablet depending on the need or use. The 360-degree geared hinge allows it to morph into four modes; work in laptop mode, watch in stand mode, play in tent mode, and write or draw in tablet mode. It has a micro-edge bezel design which makes the 14-inch screen seem bigger and for a more immersive viewing experience. Running on up to 8th generation Intel® CoreTM i7 quad-core processor, INVIDIA® MX130 GDDR5 discrete graphics options and a 512GB SSD and 1TB HHD dual storage, the HP Pavilion x360 can handle numerous photo and video editing. The hybrid laptop is available in pale gold, sapphire blue, natural silver, and mineral silver colors.
Also published in GADGETS MAGAZINE June 2019 Issue