5 reasons why the new HP Pavilion x360 should be your next laptop

You are out there in the market looking for a new laptop, the one that you can rely on when working on-the-go or relaxing after a day’s work with some old comedies. Truth be told, there aren't plenty out there which provide the perfect balance between power, portability and ease of use.

Enter HP Pavilion x360. The new HP Pavilion x360 14-dh0045tx is pretty lightweight, can be configured with upto latest 8th generation Intel Core i7 processors, supports touch response and has a great display. The brushed metal finish gives the laptop a premium look and feel.

Here are the 5 reasons why the new HP Pavilion x360 14-dh0045tx should be on your list.

1.Borderless immersive viewing experience

The new x360 range of laptops are fitted with a 14-inch IPS micro-edge display which results in 27.4% thinner top bezel and 12.3% reduction in left and right bezel sizes. The screen has a Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution and is anti-glare with support for pen and touch input. This gives the laptop over 80.9% screen-to-body ratio and all that screen estate to watch videos and movies on.

2. Thin and light

HP Pavilion x360 has been designed keeping in mind the people who work on-the-go. With portability, the laptop has a modern hourglass design which lets a user hold the lids firmly. This allows easier switching between laptop and tablet modes which comes in handy if you’re a designer who needs to draw on the screen.

3. Creatively artful

If you’re a designer and looking for an affordable laptop which has the ability to let you create artworks, the Pavilion x360 is just what you are looking for. The laptop supports simultaneous pen and touch inputs, so one can easily sketch with the bundled HP Active Pen and control the remaining tools with the other hand.

The HP Active Pen can help users design, illustrate and sketch from the comfort of a single screen. It also supports Windows Inking feature which provides an Ink Workspace on the Pavilion x360 to users for them to play around with the digital pen.

4. Packs a punch

HP Pavilion x360 14 offers the perfect balance between work and play as it can be configured with upto 8th gen. Intel Core i7 processors and upto 2GB NVIDIA GeForce MX250 graphics for smooth editing and casual gaming. So, if you work on Adobe Premiere Pro and play PUBG on the side, this one machine has got it covered.

There’s a fingerprint reader on the keyboard dock which let users quickly sign into the laptop. This comes in handy especially if you forget your password or pin. And with Microsoft’s OS onboard, it also supports Windows Hello which lets a user quickly sign-in to the laptop and into supported apps and websites very securely.

5. Speedier and responsive

The new x360 convertible has a 512GB M.2 SSD paired with 16GB RAM, ensuring blazing fast performance. It comes fitted with HP’s Precision Touchpad which can be configured for sensitivity, scroll/zoom, tapping, gestures and volume controls.

The touchpad supports one-finger tap and drag to select, two-finger pinch to zoom in/out, three-finger swipe-up to execute task view and four fingers swipe to switch desktops.

ssHP’s new Pavilion x360 14-dh0045tx looks modern, feels premium in the hand and is powerful enough to back you up in your daily tasks. The HP Active Pen gives a second dimension to the convertible laptop, encouraging budding creators to widen their horizon. It is totally worth the price!

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