The HP Pavilion x360: The Executive Laptop Review
HP Pavilion X360 Touch and Flip Executive Laptop:
The HP Pavilion X360 In a Nutshell:
The HP Pavilion X360 is one of the most unique, what I would consider: executive laptops, that I’ve ever experienced. Over and above its performance, the laptop flips 360 degrees to be a lap-based touch screen.
You can easily flip the screen back around to become a normal sized and standard laptop. It can be a little awkward though, so it’s not completely comfortable, but it can be switched relatively easy.
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While I normally expect laptops of this class to be light and easy to walk around with and work from a beanbag, the HP Pavilion X360 is quite heavy in my opinion, feeling far bulkier than your standard MacBook Pro or HP OMEN Gaming Laptop.
The HP Pavilion X360’s keyboard and touchpad feel above standard and are easy to use and make typical working like; presentation or documents, and some gaming (drag and click based like MTG Arena), are easily executed on this machine and give you the sense of power and focus; which is typical for HP Executive Laptops.
Would I buy this for myself if I was a freelancer?
Would I buy this for myself if I was a freelancer? Probably not, but I would buy this for a team of office workers that need a reliable above standard executive machine to work on.
Working at MyBucks, I could see how this machine could be the ideal standard device over a Dell equivalent from a build and function flexibility point of view.