I’ve had a chance to review a lot of different laptops, tablets and hybrids in the last few years, and with few exceptions, they do one thing and do it reasonably well. Even the 2-in-1 units really end up being better at being a tablet than being a laptop, and the design often makes it hard to differentiate between a tablet with a clip-on keyboard and a unit designed to be a 2-in-1 device trying to offer the best of both worlds.
Among laptop manufacturers, Hewlett-Packard’s been on the job for quite a while and has oodles of different models with a variety of different designs. Smarter engineering begets more interesting devices, however, and the innovation of the 360-degree hinge is what turns the HP Pavilion x360 Convertible from a ho-hum laptop into a darn sweet device that offers a remarkable variety of usage options.
In fact, the company says that the x360 Convertible offers four different usage options: stand, tablet, work, and “tent” mode. Tent mode? Yes, really. Watch my video review and you’ll see what I’m talking about:
The HP Pavilion x360 Convertible is a really slick addition to your laptop options, and definitely worth a look, particularly at its $750 price point. Learn more at HP.com