Core i7 HP Pavilion x360 combines a flipback touchscreen and comes-with stylus for creative work
The HP Pavilion x360 ticks most of the boxes of someone who needs a premium productive notebook for creative work: a great keyboard (not shallow, with good travel and spacing, for long typing sessions), a comes-with stylus (for graphic work, sketching, and for handwriting on documents and images), a flipback 14-inch touchscreen (for presentations and proper angles for writing and video watching), and all the ports you need (none of that dongle life thing). The HP Pavilion x360 (8th Gen Intel Core i7) was launched on April 30 and is available for P62,990. See full specs below.
HP Pavilion X360 14-CD1057TX
14-inch Diagonal FHD IPS Micro-Edge WLED-backlit Multitouch-enabled
edge-to-edge glass (1920×1080)
Intel Core i7-8565U Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.60 GHz)
8GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (1x8GB)
128GB SSD | 1TB 5400RPM SATA
Integrated Intel UHD Graphics
NVIDIA Geforce (MX130 4GB DDR5 dedicated graphics)
No Optical Drive
B&O PLay; Dual Speakers
Bundled with Pen
Price: Php 62,990
Note: Configuration above is the one found at Villman.com.
Features of note include the Bang & Olufsen-tuned dual speakers (for authentic audio), the 360-degree hinge for vari-angle modes, from laptop to tablet; the discrete NVIDIA MX130 graphics (to help with graphic work and light gaming); and the fingerprint sensor mounted on the right side of the keyboard.
The 16GB of Intel Optane memory for storage acceleration is available on select models, too. The HP Pavilion x360 comes in Pale Gold, Sapphire Blue, Natural Silver, and Mineral Silver. It’s available at authorized HP resellers nationwide.Liked this post? Follow SwirlingOverCoffee on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.