HP adds two new convertibles to its x360 portfolio
At the Computex event on Monday, HP announced the addition of two new convertibles to its x360 portfolio --- the HP Pavilion x360 13, and the HP Envy x360. Both the new convertibles will hit the markets in early July; and will boast the all-important 360-degree hinge for flexibility in positioning.
The cost of the 13.3-inch HP Pavilion x360 13 will start at $630; the entry-level model of the bigger and sleeker 15.6-inch HP Envy x360 will be priced at $680.
Equipped with a 13.3-inch touch display, the Pavilion x360 13 will include a graphics-oriented A6, A8, or A10 AMD processor, or the option of more battery-efficient Intel Core i3 or Core i5 processors. The Intel models will start at $600.
Some of the other features of the 4.3-pound device - which will be available in silver or red case colors -include up to 8GB of RAM; 500GB or 1TB of storage; and a battery life of up to at least 6.5 hours.
In terms of design, the stylish HP Envy x360 has garnered positive reviews from technology experts. The new 5.8-pound convertible will feature a 15.6-inch display; the option of Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 processors; up to 8GB of memory; up to 1TB of storage along with a hybrid drive option; and up to 7 hours of battery life. This convertible will be available in only one case color - silver.
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