HP Pavilion x360 13.3" 2 in 1 - Modern Gold, £579.97 with £50 Cash back from currys £529.97 after cash back @ Currys
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HP Pavilion x360 13.3" 2 in 1 - Modern Gold, £579.97 with £50 Cash back from currys £529.97 after cash back @ Currys

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Found 27th Aug
Not sure how good this deal is. I've had no experience with HP two in one laptops.

Detailed Specifications

Operating systemWindows 10 Home 64

Memory, standard8 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Memory and storage8 GB memory; 128 GB SSD storage

Hard drive description128 GB M.2 SSD

Processor family7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor

ProcessorIntel® Core™ i5-7200U (2.5 GHz, up to 3.1 GHz, 3 MB cache, 2 cores)

Weight1.58 kg

Weight note (metric)Weight varies by configuration

GraphicsIntel® HD Graphics 620

Battery type3-cell, 41 Wh Li-ion

Power supply type45 W AC power adapter

Minimum dimensions (W x D x H)32.64 x 22.2 x 1.98 cm

WebcamHP Wide Vision HD Camera with dual array digital microphone

Pointing deviceHP Imagepad with multi-touch gesture support

Audio featuresB&O PLAY; HP Audio Boost; Dual speakers

Ports1 HDMI; 1 headphone/microphone combo; 1 USB 2.0; 2 USB 3.1

WirelessIntel® 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo (Miracast compatible)

Expansion slots1 multi-format SD media card reader

Security managementKensington MicroSaver® lock slot; Trusted Platform Module (TPM) support

Product colorModern gold cover, ash silver keyboard frame

Product designLinear wood design

Energy efficiencyENERGY STAR® certified; EPEAT® Silver registered

Software includedMcAfee LiveSafe™d2

Warranty1-year limited parts, labour, and pickup and return service

17 Comments

Nice

Looks pretty good (assuming cashback works) though I presume the graphics are the weak link? FHD screen and good battery life, shame about the retailer (and colour).

Nice spec

I've had this since December, terrible build quality. The rubber grips fell off the bottom within a month, the touchpad stopped clicking after two months, the charging port has come lose, the screen has a grey patch on which is only visible when dark but annoying watching movies etc, two of the keys are sticking. I wish I never bought it, I paid £530 direct from HP when the had a 15% off voucher

The battery life on this is more like 5hrs real world use. I've had the i5 version since January, never gone more than 6 hours with screen brightness on anything other than minimum.

So basically avoid it then...go for the dell offer instead...
Edited by: "Babbler" 27th Aug

Note, if you're reading online reviews, that this is not the HP SPECTRE x360, which is the more expensive flagship line of HP and the one that's most reviewed online. The quality and performance of Pavilions aren't nearly as good. Somewhat shady naming tactics if you ask me. Like how Samsung put "Galaxy" into all their phone names, even the low-end ones, once the first few Galaxy S phones earned a good reputation.
Edited by: "SavB" 27th Aug

you_gotta_be_kidding1 h, 50 m ago

I've had this since December, terrible build quality. The rubber grips …I've had this since December, terrible build quality. The rubber grips fell off the bottom within a month, the touchpad stopped clicking after two months, the charging port has come lose, the screen has a grey patch on which is only visible when dark but annoying watching movies etc, two of the keys are sticking. I wish I never bought it, I paid £530 direct from HP when the had a 15% off voucher


Surely you should be putting a warranty claim in with a list like that?

SClub41 m ago

Surely you should be putting a warranty claim in with a list like that?

They've had it twice, the first time was because the screen backlight failed, the second was for the touchpad button sticking permanently on, they tried billing me £85 for it saying it was my fault, in the end I took it back but not repaired. I'll never buy another HP

Babbler2 h, 37 m ago

So basically avoid it then...go for the dell offer instead...


Where is the Dell offer please?

We bought 5 Spectres at work and 4 of them have had repairs, one of them twice!. Wouldn't wipe my bum on these.

Oos looking for a proper 2in1 as a wedding gift for sister. 1month wasted. This one was the best found too. But offer still not good enough. Any other options? Thx

Bought one for my wife for £549 about 7 months ago. Was a 128gb SSD but only an i3 processor. She uses it daily and not an issue to be reported. Great laptops and the 360 hinge is quality.

If you want a great build and good price, have a look at the Chuwi Tablets.


I have had the Hi12 for over a year now and its superb. Screen is just amazing.
It is dual boot (Android & Win10) , but sadly due to a limitation on Intel and Android, I am stuck on an older build, but Windows10 is starting to get very slick on a tablet, so at some point I will just switch.

you_gotta_be_kidding20 h, 30 m ago

They've had it twice, the first time was because the screen backlight …They've had it twice, the first time was because the screen backlight failed, the second was for the touchpad button sticking permanently on, they tried billing me £85 for it saying it was my fault, in the end I took it back but not repaired. I'll never buy another HP


That's shocking, sorry to hear you've been messed about like that.

SavB27th Aug

Note, if you're reading online reviews, that this is not the HP SPECTRE …Note, if you're reading online reviews, that this is not the HP SPECTRE x360, which is the more expensive flagship line of HP and the one that's most reviewed online. The quality and performance of Pavilions aren't nearly as good. Somewhat shady naming tactics if you ask me. Like how Samsung put "Galaxy" into all their phone names, even the low-end ones, once the first few Galaxy S phones earned a good reputation.

Ehhhhhh the flagship model ain't all that either. I've had nothing but trouble with my x360.
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