HWM (Malaysia) - - TEST -

It was hard to pick a win­ner, con­sid­er­ing that all three devices per­formed quite com­pa­ra­bly in bench­marks, but the HP Pav­il­ion x2 tipped our scales for the sim­ple rea­son that it is more well rounded and makes the most of what it has. HP did a good job of mask­ing the fact that the x2 doesn't have an alu­minum chas­sis by paint­ing it in fun col­ors. It is also the only de­vice that man­ages to cram not just a full-sized USB port, but also a for­ward-look­ing USB Type-C port into the tablet dis­play with­out com­pro­mis­ing too much on porta­bil­ity and thick­ness. Our only gripe is its er­ratic track pad, but given that all three devices have some­what nar­row and small track pads (they are con­vert­ible note­books af­ter all), you're bet­ter off us­ing the touch­screen any­way.

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