HP – Pavilion x360 2-in-1 w/beats audio 11.6″ Touch-Screen Laptop Tablet convertible – Intel Pentium – 4GB Memory – 500GB Hard Drive – Smoke Silver

July 4, 2014 - Comment

This 2-in-1 HP Pavilion x360 11-n010dx laptop’s 11.6″ touch screen simplifies navigation. An Intel® Pentium® processor elevates multitasking capabilities, boosts productivity and enhances your entertainment and Internet browsing experiences. Product Features 2-in-1 design Features a 360° hinge that lets you quickly and easily switch between laptop, stand and tablet modes. Intel® Pentium® processor N3520 Features

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This 2-in-1 HP Pavilion x360 11-n010dx laptop’s 11.6″ touch screen simplifies navigation. An Intel® Pentium® processor elevates multitasking capabilities, boosts productivity and enhances your entertainment and Internet browsing experiences.

Product Features

  • 2-in-1 design Features a 360° hinge that lets you quickly and easily switch between laptop, stand and tablet modes.
  • Intel® Pentium® processor N3520 Features a 2.17GHz processor speed with Turbo Boost up to 2.42GHz.
  • 4GB DDR3L SDRAM For multitasking power.
  • 11.6″ LED-backlit high-definition touch-screen display With 1366 x 768 resolution makes navigation simple and clearly presents media.
  • 500GB hard drive (5400 rpm) Offers spacious storage and fast read/write times. Also includes 25GB of lifetime Cloud storage from Box.

Comments

zina28 says:

Very Slick Little Laptop/Tablet 0

Anonymous says:

Yikes. I read up on this laptop before I purchased it, and thought that some of the complaints – slow processor, dim screen, etc – wouldn’t be an issue for me since this would be a casual-use machine. Not for gaming, or business, just for me for daily use. But they are. They are issues.* When they say the screen is dim, don’t fool yourself into thinking you won’t notice. You will. Especially from any angle other than absolutely straight ahead.* When they say the processor is slow, BELIEVE THEM. I don’t care if it’s a quad-core. This processor hiccuped doing the most basic tasks, like opening a new browser window or a YouTube video. Oh my God it was unbearable.* Something I didn’t see in a lot of reviews but I need to comment on, are the keyboard and touchpad. They are horrific. I love to type, and I’m a very fast typer. This keyboard is SO low-profile (and small anyway just due to the size of the machine) that typing was both uncomfortable and…

Anonymous says:

Here’s the short version:Instead of being a great tablet than can also function as a so-so laptop, or a great laptop that can also function as a so-so tablet, it’s a crappy laptop that is also a crappy tablet.Full version:My mom got one and i just finished setting it up for her – honestly, I don’t see the appeal of this design. Sure, you can fold the screen all the way over and get a tablet, but it’s a heavy, awkward tablet with a full keyboard on the backside which make it a little uncomfortable to hold (I wonder how that keyboard will hold up being used as the “bottom” of the tablet). I honestly was’t even sure HOW to hold it – every position seemed uncomfortable and awkward, and heavy enough to make me worry about dropping it.I like the convenience of a tablet to take a quick photo (instead of getting out your phone) but that isn’t doable here since the only camera is one facing the same way as the screen – good for webcamming and…

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