** HP Pavilion x360 13-s060sa 13.3” 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop Red £299.97 delivered @ Currys **
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** HP Pavilion x360 13-s060sa 13.3” 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop Red £299.97 delivered @ Currys **

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Found 24th Nov 2015
The Pavilion x360 is a 2 in 1 - a versatile device that combines the functionality of a Full HD laptop with the portability and touch-control of a tablet.

Simply rotate the screen around the base to move between modes:

- Laptop mode lets your work on a full-size keyboard and trackpad, so you can write essays, emails and other long documents comfortable and accurately wherever you are

- Tablet mode turns off the keyboard and hides it behind the screen, letting you navigate your files and internet using the touchscreen, just like any other tablet

- Stand mode is ideal for browsing the web with the x360 in your lap or on your knees. It allows you to easily angle the screen to suit you and puts the touchscreen within easy reach

- Tent mode gives you the ability to watch films and media completely hands free. Simply stand the device on a desk for completely unsupported viewing - perfect for killing time on the train or in between lectures

Fast everyday performance

The x360 features a 5th generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor. From typing essays to watching films and photos, you can work through all your daily tasks quickly and efficiently.

Large capacity storage

You don't need to worry about running out of storage space any time soon thanks to the large-capacity 1 TB hard drive. It has more than enough room for all your documents and media, so you can carry plenty of entertainment with you when you're on the go.

Ideal for computing on the go

You can work and access all your content wherever you are thanks to the x360's 10 hour battery life. It's extra-portable too thanks to the compact 13.3” screen and lightweight construction, which means you'll barely notice it slipped into a bag.

AC WiFi lets you get the best from the fastest internet connections. If you have fibre-optic broadband or use public WiFi, you'll get smooth streaming, stable browsing and the fastest download speeds possible.

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Description says full HD screen but website says otherwise...
I'm getting my parents a new laptop for Christmas, but I'm thinking of getting one of these touch screen/laptop combo instead. They'll just use it for Web browsing, Microsoft Office and watching videos on Youtube, etc.... No gaming whatsoever.

This any good ? Or will there be better deals on Black Friday for laptops ?
Not full HD
I'd advise against getting anything from Currys. Currently having a horrible time trying to get a refund for a faulty satnav. Their customer service department seem actively intent on being anything but what they're called.
Forever_Young

I'm getting my parents a new laptop for Christmas, but I'm thinking of … I'm getting my parents a new laptop for Christmas, but I'm thinking of getting one of these touch screen/laptop combo instead. They'll just use it for Web browsing, Microsoft Office and watching videos on Youtube, etc.... No gaming whatsoever.This any good ? Or will there be better deals on Black Friday for laptops ?



This will run everything you mentioned with relative ease. I would suggest reading reviews on the curry's website as there are some design issues commented on by purchasers.
Looks just what my sister is looking for, for my niece's Xmas! Thanks, will pass it on
wondering if it will drop any more on black Friday......
Great find. Just ordered one. Perfect screen size and powerful CPU. I doubt it will go lower on black friday
Maximum Display Resolution 1366 x 768 so Not full HD,
called FHD (Full High Definition) if 1920×1080 pixels http://accze.cf/47/z.pngor spek ratio 16:9 Widescreen, usually written 1080p
Edited by: "bobodd" 24th Nov 2015
misleading description, not full hd
HP = ****!
I like my HP probook, but I'm not convinced by the cheaper (consumer) HP range. I get a feeling, you're getting what you pay for.
Missed this. All sold out by me. Never mind. Sure there will be others.
schnide

I'd advise against getting anything from Currys. Currently having a … I'd advise against getting anything from Currys. Currently having a horrible time trying to get a refund for a faulty satnav. Their customer service department seem actively intent on being anything but what they're called.



Have you even read the returns/exchange policy they have. I understand that they are not the greatest company to buy from but come on every company has their own policy. If you fall within their 21 days returns / exchange period then sure you have a solid case to get the item sorted. But if not then don't bash the people that work for the company. At the end of the day they are the same as you and I.
Forever_Young

I'm getting my parents a new laptop for Christmas, but I'm thinking of … I'm getting my parents a new laptop for Christmas, but I'm thinking of getting one of these touch screen/laptop combo instead. They'll just use it for Web browsing, Microsoft Office and watching videos on Youtube, etc.... No gaming whatsoever.This any good ? Or will there be better deals on Black Friday for laptops ?



I doubt this will go any lower. If I'm not mistaken this used to be around £449.99 when it was introduced. So at this price it's pretty awesome. The only thing you may want to consider is upgrading the ram which is pretty cheap. This will help with all the multitasking that your parents may do. I am only suggesting that as Windows 10 on that machine will take approx 1.5gb to 2gb just to sustain Windows and all its background processes. You should also consider removing some of the Hp software is its not really needed. But yeah it would be a great buy.
Will skygo work on this?
newmann

The HP or the ASUS? … The HP or the ASUS? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-tp300la-touch-convertible-laptop-13-3-6gb-ram-500gb-hdd-i5-5200u-2-2ghz-349-2314460

Wondering too - obviously the i5 is *slightly* more powerful in the ASUS cpu-monkey.com/en/…470 but there isn't much between them. Both appear to have HD webcams - "HP TrueVision HD Webcam". Obviously the HP has a bigger 1TB HDD vs 500GB in the ASUS. Both screens are 1366 x 768, 13.3". The ASUS has 6GB RAM.

I'm leaning towards the ASUS.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 24th Nov 2015
Its a net book with a 360 degree hinge, nothing more, nothing less, it isn't really a two in one.

It has a decent enough processor and ram, but that 1tb mechanical drive will slow it down and use more battery. Not to mention its very heavy , 1.77kg that's over 4x the weight of the iPad or Galaxy Tab and way to heavy for a tablet.

A true 2 in 1 is a separate tablet that docks to a keyboard. Asus transformer, Microsoft SurfacePro, Acer Iconica and the like.

Regards
Flea
Fleabum

Its a net book with a 360 degree hinge, nothing more, nothing less, it … Its a net book with a 360 degree hinge, nothing more, nothing less, it isn't really a two in one.It has a decent enough processor and ram, but that 1tb mechanical drive will slow it down and use more battery. Not to mention its very heavy , 1.77kg that's over 4x the weight of the iPad or Galaxy Tab and way to heavy for a tablet.A true 2 in 1 is a separate tablet that docks to a keyboard. Asus transformer, Microsoft SurfacePro, Acer Iconica and the like.RegardsFlea

Hey Fleabum, thanks for updating - I assumed this was a detachable tablet/keyboard but £300 devices in this vein are very underpowered in comparison, I should have realised.

Looks like the hunt continues...
louiselouise

Hey Fleabum, thanks for updating - I assumed this was a detachable … Hey Fleabum, thanks for updating - I assumed this was a detachable tablet/keyboard but £300 devices in this vein are very underpowered in comparison, I should have realised.Looks like the hunt continues...



You could look for something like a refurb Dell Venue 11 Pro, only a 10.8" screen but can be found with i3, 4Gb, 128Gb SSD and the screen is FHD 1920 x 1080 for about £200 notes (you would need to source the keyboard separate, but they are £50ish on fleabay). That's a true 2 in 1.

Regards
Flea
Edited by: "Fleabum" 24th Nov 2015
pheonixblaise1

Have you even read the returns/exchange policy they have. I understand … Have you even read the returns/exchange policy they have. I understand that they are not the greatest company to buy from but come on every company has their own policy. If you fall within their 21 days returns / exchange period then sure you have a solid case to get the item sorted. But if not then don't bash the people that work for the company. At the end of the day they are the same as you and I.



I've read the Sales of Goods Act, which they're not complying with. How's that for you?

As for them being the same as "you and I," I call people back when I say I will and comply with the law. So no, they're not the same as "you and I.." or at least, not the same as the second part.
Fleabum

You could look for something like a refurb Dell Venue 11 Pro, only a … You could look for something like a refurb Dell Venue 11 Pro, only a 10.8" screen but can be found with i3, 4Gb, 128Gb SSD and the screen is FHD 1920 x 1080 for about £200 notes (you would need to source the keyboard separate, but they are £50ish on fleabay). That's a true 2 in 1.RegardsFlea


Sold out everywhere in the SE as far as I can see, so this is rather moot for me, however........

Be careful with the Venue Pro. They are indeed excellent. But the processor doesn't compare.
They're available here by the way - from £149 + VAT.

The reason I say be careful is because not all i3s are the same. The Venue is a 4th Gen "Y" processor. This is a 5th gen "u" processor (that's tablet cpu compared with a laptop cpu)
The HP is almost 50% more powerful.
(Sorry, you might need to copy and paste this URL)
cpubenchmark.net/com…php?cmp[]=2128&cmp[]=2467
Edited by: "newsgroupmonkey" 25th Nov 2015
Fleabum

You could look for something like a refurb Dell Venue 11 Pro, only a … You could look for something like a refurb Dell Venue 11 Pro, only a 10.8" screen but can be found with i3, 4Gb, 128Gb SSD and the screen is FHD 1920 x 1080 for about £200 notes (you would need to source the keyboard separate, but they are £50ish on fleabay). That's a true 2 in 1.RegardsFlea


Mind sharing where you can get a refurb Dell Venue Pro for £200? Thanks
Anybody have problems with build quality?
My niece got one and had return button fault. Got another one and track pad bent.

?
Is it possible to change the built in hdd and exchange it with an ssd on this model?
octopus

Mind sharing where you can get a refurb Dell Venue Pro for £200? Thanks



MCS Technology LTD

Venue 11 Pro (7130) i3-4020Y 1.5GHz 4Gb 128Gb 10.8″ FHD 1yr WTY MLL878 for £190.74 delivered if you don't mind installing your own Windows 10. £10 extra for WWAN card. £20 extra for Windows 10 pre installed.

Regards
Flea
Fleabum

MCS Technology LTDVenue 11 Pro (7130) i3-4020Y 1.5GHz 4Gb 128Gb 10.8″ FHD … MCS Technology LTDVenue 11 Pro (7130) i3-4020Y 1.5GHz 4Gb 128Gb 10.8″ FHD 1yr WTY MLL878 for £190.74 delivered if you don't mind installing your own Windows 10. £10 extra for WWAN card. £20 extra for Windows 10 pre installed.RegardsFlea



Are they reliable? Have you bought anything from them? Thanks
octopus

Are they reliable? Have you bought anything from them? Thanks



Don't know, and no. But they have been in business 9 years and authorised Dell reseller, then offer 1 year warranty, more than you get of fleabay and they are about the same price...

Regards
Flea
Edited by: "Fleabum" 25th Nov 2015
Thanks for your help
freddie0

wondering if it will drop any more on black Friday......


Yea they probably will give it for free. Be realistic guys, all new good tech there is limit to be discounted, unless they try to get rid of some old few generation old tech that nobody wants
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