HP today announced the new Pavilion x360, the most affordable Windows convertible from HP. It comes in 11-inch and 13-inch models. The 11-inch model costs $410 and it is powered by Intel Pentium N3700 processor and 4GB of RAM. You can upgrade to a Core M processor and 128GB SSD if you pay $500. The 13-inch model with Intel Core i3 CPU and 500GB hard drive costs $530. You can configure this device according to your requirement at HP.com while ordering.
As you can guess with their x360 naming, you can rotate the display 360 degrees to various positions. HP will offer models with HD or Full HD display options, and each model features Bang & Olufsen audio. The notebooks will be available in various colors including silver, red, purple and green.
The 11- and 13-inch HP Pavilion x360 will be available May 13 on HP’s site and June 21 at retail outlets. Prices range from $499.99 and $529.99 depending on configuration.