HP Pavilion x360 13-a052na Convertible Laptop, USB 2.0 & 3.0, AMD A8, 8GB RAM, 1TB, bluetooth, 13.3" Touch Screen  + Free upgrade to Windows 10 + FREE Printer + 2 Year guarantee £399.95 @ John Lewis
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HP Pavilion x360 13-a052na Convertible Laptop, USB 2.0 & 3.0, AMD A8, 8GB RAM, 1TB, bluetooth, 13.3" Touch Screen + Free upgrade to Windows 10 + FREE Printer + 2 Year guarantee £399.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 18th May 2015
Can be used at a tablet / laptop - Decent quad core with 8GB ram and a pretty decent 1TB of space with bluetooth etc - see below for specs

includes

2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0, 1x HDMI
Windows 8.1 (64 Bit) (Free upgrade to Win 10 when released)
SD card reader
1TB hard drive
Bluetooth
HD LED-backlit touch screen

FREE HP Deskjet 2540 All-in-One Printer - add the bundle on link

Blurb

With its 360 degree hinge, the HP Pavilion x360 is an immensely versatile convertible laptop with impressive everyday performance at an affordable price. Ideal for entertainment on the go, the x360 features a 13.3-inch HD touch screen, quad-core AMD processor, BeatsAudio technology and a large hard drive to store your media on.
Quad-core processing

The Pavilion x360 is powered by a quad-core AMD A8 processor and 8GB of RAM. The A8 will let you breeze through work seamlessly and stream video smoothly and includes a boost function to keep things running smoothly in difficult moments. Combining the four cores with 8GB of RAM means that the Pavilion x360 can run multiple programs at the same time without suffering a massive performance hit.

Flexible computing
The Pavilion x360 can rotate its screen through a full circle, allowing you to sweep your device from laptop into tablet in seconds. Stopping partway through the rotation gives you more options too, so you can use it as a laptop for work, stand for watching movies, a tent for playing touch enabled games and a tablet for use on the go.
Rotate to the Beats
Enjoy music and movies with fantastic sound, thanks to the integrated stereo speakers and BeatsAudio technology. The speakers have been carefully designed for use in any position, while BeatsAudio will optimise sound output to ensure rich audio, whether you're listening to music, a movie, or spoken words.
Make a connection
The integrated HP TrueVision HD Webcam with dual array digital microphones will help you capture the details and be heard clearly as you chat with friends and family around the world, so you can enjoy face-to-face conversations, even in low light. Speaking of connections, with three USB ports and a memory card slot, you'll be able to use plenty of peripherals with your x360

12 Comments

After a new compact laptop, will this be any good? Does this compare to a i3? Thanks.

Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels

There is an i5 version also available

i5 version would be my choice, you'll only regret it once you get the AMD delivered otherwise!
(This would need extra 4GB RAM stick BTW)
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Never buying HP again. Cold

YouDontWantToKnow

Never buying HP again. Cold



Why not? I bought one in 2013? That had a faulty HDD, but once I changed it with the parts they included it's worked a charm. I broke the screen hinge by trying to make the screen go much further back than it should have done though
Still using it regularly just have to be careful how I open and close it.
Just bought another HP and really pleased with it too. Got an i5 haswell 17" with AMD graphics card for £150 in the co-op deal.

no AMD
only intel

Unless you desperately need a touchscreen the HP Envy 15-j142na is a much better buy at only £50 more (after cashback).

HP worst PC maker ever, even if I get free it will cost me by fire hazard or battery blast, working in IT field since 12 years and maximum failure is comes from HP, I wish them a backrupt fortune

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HP worst PC maker ever, even if I get free it will cost me by fire hazard … HP worst PC maker ever, even if I get free it will cost me by fire hazard or battery blast, working in IT field since 12 years and maximum failure is comes from HP, I wish them a backrupt fortune



Around 500 pieces of HP kit here, not a problem, Thin Clients to servers all working fine. On a par with Lenovo and Dell from my previous experience.

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HP worst PC maker ever, even if I get free it will cost me by fire hazard … HP worst PC maker ever, even if I get free it will cost me by fire hazard or battery blast, working in IT field since 12 years and maximum failure is comes from HP, I wish them a backrupt fortune



That doesn't mean much. Maybe they have most failures because they supply the most PCs...

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no AMDonly intel



Buying Intel isn't compulsory, I think AMD will always have their place. Besides, not everyone wants to pay the extra Intel tax. I have both an i5 desktop and an AMD A10 FX7500 laptop (not the fastest AMD APU) and they both do everything I need just fine EG AAA gaming, Blender, Photoshop, and general computing etc. Yeah we know that some of the Intel chips are faster, but they're not all automatically better and/or faster and the ones that are usually are much more expensive in comparison to their AMD equivalents.

Currently AMD is an attractive option for anyone on a budget, or into gaming, HTPC, laptops, tablets etc. depending on model, of course.
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