Tech-savvy individuals going back to a hybrid workplace are eyeing the convertible laptop as the ideal device for sustaining the optimal work-life balance they’ve been enjoying in the last two years. One such convertible laptop popular among young office workers and college students alike is the HP Pavilion x360, powered by boundary-breaking 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. Known for its versatility, portability, and performance, it deserves a closer look when looking for a work-and-fun device that may help us thrive in this era of hybrid living.
Being able to occasionally collaborate with colleagues in-person, yet work from home most of the time: that has got to be the most balanced work setup ever! To fully enjoy and thrive in hybrid work, however, we need a compact laptop that allows us maximum flexibility for life on the go.
HP Pavilion x360 weighs around 1.5 kilograms, which is quite standard for convertibles. It boasts of a spruce blue exterior, which gives off a classy and business-like, silvery sheen to it. Sporting 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors which redefine Intel® CPU performance for laptop, it’s designed to be a workhorse that’s light enough to take for a spin anywhere and everywhere both for serious work or light-hearted fun, delivering higher levels of power and flow to support your aspirations
Being Windows 11-ready, driven hybrid workers will find its boosting features very intuitive for getting organized, connecting with people who matter, and basically tap into their flow to get any work done without a hitch. Among its best features, that multi-taskers love is that it lets you easily set up and toggle between multiple virtual desktops at once for personal, work, school or gaming. What’s even better is that it comes with MS office Home & Student 2021 pre-installed so you have all the tools you need to get your work done.
As a convertible, the HP Pavilion x360 easily goes from a laptop to a tablet– and it does it in style, adapting to whatever screen-viewing angle you desire!
When work is done, or anytime you need a break, just flip back the keyboard to “tablet” mode – or all the way to a full 360 degree, then unleash your artistic side with a pen on hand that comes with the laptop, or tap away on the 14-inch screen for a quick game.
Should you need to drop by the client’s office to do a slide presentation, going “tent” mode is best. Just twist the keyboard back (to support its own weight) in a tent-like fashion, then touch, swipe, and zoom on the screen to navigate.
By end of the day, go “reverse” mode and enjoy a portable cinematic experience. Just flip the keyboard downward and out of the way (by 180 degrees, to use it as stand), then power through your binge sessions with the boundary-breaking Intel® Core™ processors quietly working its magic in the background.
Users will find the tent and reverse modes to be particularly ideal for video streaming. This, made enjoyable with the ample full HD screen, amazing Audio by B&O, and of course its 5G connectivity. The laptop is built to support low-latency, blazing fast data speeds for faster downloads and smooth streaming. This means zero lags while watching movies, during video meetings, and other real-time shared experiences.
Demonstrating a seamless balance of design and performance, HP Pavilion x360 comes in three versions for the consumer to choose from, depending on their processing power requirements.
There’s the Intel® Core™ i3-1125G4 processor, which is a mobile processor with 4 cores and is great for the nitty gritty of everyday computing. It has 8MB of L3 cache and operates at 2000 MHz by default but can boost up to 3.7 GHz, depending on the workload. This variant of the HP Pavilion x360 comes with 8 GB DDR4-3200 MHz RAM (1 x 8 GB).
For the go-getter who wants an added edge, there’s the Intel® Core™ i5-1155G7 processor, a midrange, power efficient quad-core SoC (8 threads). Its base clock speed ranges from 1 GHz (12 Watt TDP) up to 2.5 GHz (28 Watt). The Boost is always specified at 4.5 GHz. This variant comes with 8 GB DDR4-3200 MHz RAM (2 x 4 GB).
For power users, there’s the Intel® Core™ i7-1195G7 processor, Intel’s highest-end Core i7. It’s a quad-core SoC (8 threads), with base clock speed ranging from 1.3 GHz (12 Watt TDP) up to 2.9 GHz (28 W). The Turbo on one core can reach up to 5 GHz (Turbo Boost 3.0) but all cores can reach up to 4.6 GHz. This variant comes with 16 GB DDR4-3200 MHz RAM (2 x 8 GB).
In each variant, the HP Pavilion x360 boasts of a powerful 3-cell, 43 Wh Li-ion polymer battery which lasts up to 8 hours. It is supported with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2, and comes with a 2-year warranty. HP includes both an HDMI 2.0 as well as SuperSpeed 10Gbps (formerly known as USB-C 3.2 Gen 2). It’s USB-C and HDMI ports also allow for two additional displays, including 4K support.
To know more on how to fulfill your hybrid lifestyle goals with the HP Pavilion x360 powered by Intel® Core™ processors, visit your nearest Authorized HP Reseller store or check the HP Official Stores in Lazada at https://bit.ly/HPLazadaFlagshipStore and in Shopee at https://bit.ly/HPShopeeOfficialStore.
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