It takes more than commitment and hard work to pursue an individual’s passion these days. With the vast and very demanding world ruled by the Internet, equally hardworking and reliable devices are needed for anyone to continue improving his craft, learn and develop new skills, and reach out to people sharing the same interests.
This is the main driving force that led to the design and launch of the Pavilion x360—giant computer maker HP’s newest flagship laptop. The convertible personal computer is equipped with the power and flexibility that is yet to be matched in the market. It is first and foremost for today’s young and passion-driven individuals who never grow tired of chasing after their aspirations in much more ways.
“HP Pavilion x360 combines power and flexibility not only to meet the discriminating needs of goal-oriented individuals but also to make it more convenient for them to achieve their passions, no matter where they are, through whatever they want,” said HP Philippines Marketing Manager for Personal Systems Dos Roque. “With the HP Pavilion x360 laptop, passionate people now have more power and flexibility in their hands to accomplish goals that they have set for themselves.”
Here are the main features that make this convertible PC worth it:
Serving as laptop and tablet, as needed
The HP Pavilion x360 comes with a durable 360-degree geared hinge that facilitates the shift to four various modes: the user can do usual work in laptop mode; he/she can watch or review videos in stand mode; playing video and interactive games is made more enjoyable in tent mode; and writing and drawing illustrations can be done in tablet mode.
More immersive viewing experience
The micro-edge bezel design of the HP Pavilion x360 makes the convertible PC’s 14-inch screen look bigger. This feature makes it an ideal tool for reviewing do-it-yourself videos and self-help content (for YouTube and vloggers out there). Moreover, it comes with a Full HD IPS touchscreen that facilitates navigation of websites with much more ease.
Better video and photo editing capacity
Running on up to the 8th generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, INVIDIA MX130 GDDRS discrete graphics options and a 512GB SSD and 1TB HHD dual storage, the HP Pavilion x360 can handle numerous photo and video editing as well as curating tasks that come with keeping an online presence and engaging people about one’s passion and aspirations. Some models even have the 16GB of Intel Optane memory for storage acceleration.
This newly launched HP Pavilion x360 is available in Pale Gold, Sapphire Blue, Natural Silver, and Mineral Silver colors for P62,990 at all authorized reseller outlets of HP nationwide.