HP Pavilion x360 hybrid tablet/laptop

HP's Pavilion x360 offers plenty of style and functionality at a budget price

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Chris

4.0

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Pros
Aesthetically pleasing, solid construction, keyboard spacing.
Cons
Price reflected in screen quality not terrible but no great, heavy.
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Overall i'm happy with the purchase. I have not had any issues with the display, and WiFi coverage seems acceptable if not fantastic. I'm using a wireless N connection and it fluctuates from 4-5 bars, approx 10m away from my router. Physical volume control buttons are terrible IMHO both location and feel. But hey, you don't need to use them. I have no issues with the level of i think it's indicative of the price, As SSD are getting cheaper and cheaper might be worth an upgrade? no easy drive access, but HP has a video on how to replace it on their website. I like the red housing makes a nice change... As for the screen flip feature I set it up like a tent to watch media when I'm traveling, you need to get the angles right though or you lose the picture pretty quickly, screen feels a bit old school that way, but doesn't really worry me. It's a bit heavy for it's size I kind of like that though, feels solid, tough. Battery life seems about average. I should mention the touch component of the screen is responsive and I have had no issues. To end I purchased mine in Australia from JBHIFI for $549AUD.

BOBELE

1.0

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Pros
Nice design, good price
Cons
WLAN range abysmal, stuck pixels on many devices
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Nice machine, but poor quality... Had to bring back two of it because of stuck pixels. The third was ok. WLAN range is abysmal. Cannot see a single wlan where my iphone sees four. Have to bring the x360 in a 2 Meter range to my router to be able to connect. Maybe the antenna is not connected. This machine goes back also.

Disappointed by the quality.

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