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HP Pavilion 11-n040tu x360 PC

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Reviews
Updated:
2015-03-04
Testseek has collected 78 expert reviews for HP Pavilion 11-n040tu x360 PC and the average expert rating is 64 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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cybershack.com.au
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2015-03-04
The Pavilion x360 is HP's bright red entry into the hybrid PC movement. The titular 360 degrees hinge means the device can be used as either a laptop or a tablet, and the keyboard can even be used as a stand to prop the device up. Stylish and versatile, t...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion x360 is a versatile little machine that especially shines with multimedia playback. The device's weight and size means it's not your best bet as a tablet, becoming a bit uncomfortable to hold after a few minutes. It's not a workhorse eith...
70%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2015-03-04
The HP Pavilion x360 (11-n008TU) is a device with a hybrid purpose: you can use it as a regular laptop, or you can tilt its screen all the way around and turn the laptop into a tablet. It's a neat solution to the 2-in-1 problem, mainly because there is no...
Good Strong and vibrant design, Good builtin features, Comfortable keyboard...
Bad Battery life is short, Screen can be hard to view in tablet mode, Feels heavy as a tablet...
Bottom line HP's Pavilion x360 is a hybrid laptop for budget users. It can be easily turned into a tablet, and it has a good set of built-in features. It's screen isn't great, though, and you won't get too much performance and battery life out of it. That said, well...
70%
pcpro.co.uk
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2015-03-04
The Pavilion X360 isn't just another boring me-too laptop. This £349 Windows 8 hybrid bravely takes on Lenovo's double-jointed Yoga range with a twin-hinge convertible design and one of Intel's Bay Trail Celeron CPUs. HP Pavilion X360: Design It's cert...
Bottom line The X360 flips from laptop to tablet in the blink of an eye, but poor battery life and a dull display weaken its appeal...
67%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2015-03-04
Despite its small size, the laptop is fairly well equipped with ports and connection options. There's an SDXC card reader, two USB ports and a USB3 port. Rather than a Gigabit Ethernet port, there's a slower 10/100 Ethernet port, and 802.11n Wi-Fi. The bu...
Bottom line This laptop is attractive, low-power, and lightweight, but you can do better for the money...
60%
gadgetguy.com.au
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2015-03-04
A computer for a budget, HP's Pavilion X360 could be a contender for anyone who doesn't want to spend much. Is it worth the low cost of admission, or should you seek entry elsewhere?While the netbook may have died with Google's Chromebook taking its place...
Good Excellent keyboard, Nice colourful exterior, Cool formfactor with a stronger hinge than you'll expect...
Bad Weak screen with terrible angles, Unimpressive display makes it an even more unimpressive and hard to use tablet, System performance can exhibit very noticeable slowdowns...
Bottom line HP's Pavilion X360 is a curious beast.On the one hand, HP has nailed some of the aspects of design, bringing out one of the better portable keyboards for a machine under $600, with a design that looks cool, unique, and won't pick on fingerprints as easily...
60%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2015-03-04
We've not seen many hybrids as cheap as the £349 HP Pavilion x360. And this laptop -cum- tablet doesn't even look like a budget machine, thanks to its bright red enclosure and classy interior. (See also: The 25 best tablets of 2014: What's the best tablet...
60%
telegraph.co.uk
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2015-03-04
I had high hopes for HP's Pavilion x360 laptop. With a stylish, brightly coloured design and slick rotation mechanism for converting the device into a tablet, it certainly has aesthetic appeal. However, it is let down by a below-average processor and d...
60%
pocket-lint.com
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2015-03-04
The post-PC era is upon us and we're in a period of transition. There are tablets, there are laptops and there are devices that want to do more than the two combined. Take the HP Pavilion x360, a touchscreen device that outwardly looks like a laptop but h...
Good Looks pretty nifty in red, affordable for Windows 8.1, 360degree concept is interesting, enough connection ports...
Bad Poor screen viewing angle, limited battery life, low resolution display, big screen bezel, bulky and heavy as a tabletesque device, can be slow in use...
Bottom line Conceptually the HP Pavilion x360 gets a lot right. It's got full Windows 8.1, it's affordable, has plenty of physical connection ports, makes light work of typing, and the multi-positional screen idea is integrated well, even if it's not an en...
60%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
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2015-03-04
Following in the footsteps of the more expensive Lenovo Yoga 11s, the HP Pavilion 11 x360 is a portable, affordable laptop with a literal twist - get bored of typing, and you'll be able to flip the screen over and use it as a tablet instead. What's it...
Good At just £350, there's a lot to like when it comes to the spec of the HP. That swivelling display measures in at an ultraportable 11.6 inches, and it's a reasonably sharp 1366x768. Sure, it's not Full HD, but it's easy enough to fit a couple of documents or apps side by side.It's also easy to swivel into a tablet, and although it feels too bulky for one-handed use, the screen is responsive and you...
Bad The screen is arguably the most disappointing feature on the HP Pavilion 11 x360. Irrespective of brightness settings, it's incredibly washed out, and viewing angles are also pretty poor. Even compared to rivals like the Asus Transformer Book T100, which itself features an unexceptional screen, colours are dull and lifeless, and blacks are much closer to grey. It completely ruined movies and phot...
Bottom line With its bright colouring and swivelling screen, the HP Pavilion 11 x360 looks good, performs well and has quality to match. On paper it's a great buy at £350, but it's difficult to recommend. The screen is a complete wash out, the keyboard isn't as co...
60%
trustedreviews.com
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2015-03-04
What is the HP Pavilion x360? HP's latest laptop is one of the new breed of hybrids designed to work as a notebook and a tablet. As its name suggests, the HP hits both form factors via a hinge that turns through 360°: the screen folds over and sits flush...
Good Attractive, colourful design, good build quality, slick flipping mechanism, Surprisingly low price, Decent keyboard...
Bad Dreadful screen, Heavy and thick compared to tablets, Mediocre speakers, Average battery life, Poor application and games performance...
Bottom line We like the HP's divisive red design, and its hinged mechanism and build quality are both good, but this budget system is too slow to rival the superior Asus Transformer Book T100.Next, read more laptop reviews, check out the latest tablets or choose from...
60%
Theinquirer.net
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2015-03-04
Some firms like Asus have tried to solve the problem by building dockable keyboard attachments for Windows 8 tablets. Others such as Lenovo have been a little more creative, making Ideapad Yoga devices with flexible hinges that let users turn the laptop i...
0%
techradar.com
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2015-03-04
An unusual new product launch to have at MWC 2014 is this new HP laptop with a twist - or rather a swivel.Toting full Windows 8.1, the x360 is a traditional clam shell laptop that, like Lenovo's Yoga line-up, is designed to bend around completely to form...
Good Cheap, Flexible, Good connectivity...
Bad Really bad screen, Underpowered for a laptop...
Bottom line An unusual new product launch to have at MWC 2014 is this new HP laptop with a twist - or rather a swivel. Toting full Windows 8.1, the x360 is a traditional clam shell laptop that, like Lenovo's Yoga line-up, is designed to bend around completely to form...
0%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2015-03-04
An unusual new product launch to have at MWC 2014 is this new HP laptop with a twist - or rather a swivel.Toting full Windows 8.1, the x360 is a traditional clam shell laptop that, like Lenovo's Yoga line-up, is designed to bend around completely to form...
Good Cheap, Flexible, Good connectivity...
Bad Really bad screen, Underpowered for a laptop...
Bottom line The x360 has a really great price point and user modes, but we can't help but be disappointed with the relative lack of power. We know it's a budget device, but we'd certainly rather pay a little more for a tad more get-up-and-go...
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pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2015-03-04
With the Post-PC era supposedly upon us in full force, traditional PC makers are flummoxed as to what to create. The latest example is HP with the HP Pavilion X360, a laptop, come tablet, come ruggedised work machine. We caught up with the new device at...
Bottom line It delivers that, however at a cost of coming across as a jack of all trades and master on none. It's big, heavy (1.4kg), clunky, and we suspect prone to damage, especially the keyboard when you use it with the screen hinged back beyond the 180 degree m...
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