The new back-to-school laptops released by HP offer a wider array of features. They also emphasize flexibility and promise to turn out being useful for many users. These laptops will come with Intel or AMD processors and with Full HD 1,920×1,080 and HD 1,366×768 displays. Customers can choose an in touch or non-touch version, accesible for the price of approximately 500 dollars. A good price and good news for back-to-school shoppers.
Looks like the Pavilion x360 line has suffered an update with new 11-inch and 13-inch models. Probably, the most interesting version is the 11-inch model, due to its new Intel Core M processors that is also found on the Apples 12-inch MacBook. To be mentioned that the new 11-inch Pavilion x360 has a fanless design, met in many laptops that feature a Core M system. The laptop also comes in a large variety of colors, including purple, silver, red and green. The touch screen version has a resolution of 1,366×726 panel, powered by a memory that can go up to 8GB or RAM and 128GB SSD.
Like many other fold-back hybrids, Pavilion’s x360 screen doesn’t detach, but it folds back 360 degrees, allowing the user to use it in several comfortable positions. The laptop could also be used as a tablet or a klosk form. The larger version of Pavilion x360, comes with a 13-inch screen and it is powered with the new fifth-generation Intel Core i3 and i5 processors, using an optional 1,920×1,080 display and supports up to 16GB of RAM. Unfortunately, this larger version is available only in red and silver.
But HP didn’t stop here. There is an even larger version of the new 2015 version of the HP Envy x360. We are talking about a 15.6-inch display, that also folds back 360 degrees and it will be available in either HD or Full HD IPS display. Only silver brushed metal for this version, without any fun color options. This laptop will be powered by a fifth-gen Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, with a midrange discrete graphics from NVidia and a storage that can go up to 1TB HDD or 256GB SSD.