The HP Pavilion x2 earns our praise for being able to incorporate the functionality of a notebook and the portability of a tablet into a single Windows 10 device.
Display 10.1-inch WXGA (1,280 x 800) ultra-wide viewing angle WLEDbacklit touchscreen // Graphics Intel HD Graphics // I/O Ports 2x USB 2.0 (1x Type-C), 1x Micro-HDMI, 1x microSD card reader, 3.5mm audio combo jack // Battery 33Wh 2-cell Li-Po battery // Connectivity 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 // Dimensions 264 (W) x 173 (D) x 19.8 (H) mm // Weight 1.12kg // Warranty 1-year // Contact Hewlett-Packard Sales (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd // Telephone 1 800 88 4848 // URL www.hp.com/my We're pretty sure that at some point in your life, you have heavily contemplated about whether you should be buying a tablet or a notebook, and have even gone to great lengths to weigh their pros and cons before finally deciding to sacrifice one for the other. This won't be a problem with the HP Pavilion x2 – a hybrid 2-in-1 device that can be used as either a tablet or a notebook.
Pop open the lid of the Pavilion x2 and you'll be greeted by its 10.1-inch WXGA (1,280 x 800) touch-enabled display, which is bright, vibrant, and has a wide viewing angle. Its only shortcoming is its meager WXGA resolution, which is undoubtedly a little low for today's standards – even if you were to compare it against the likes of a smartphone. The display's deficit in pixels is especially apparent when smaller-sized fonts are involved, as they would appear fuzzy around the edges.
The Pavilion x2 is powered by a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z3736F processor, Intel HD Graphics, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of flash storage space. While not the brawniest of hardware, but from what we've tested, it's certainly more than adequate
The Pavilion x2’s front-facing Bang & Olufsen speakers are genuinely capable of belting out loud and luscious sounds.