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HP Pavilion x2 10-n054na (M4S69EA) 10.1-inch Touch Screen Laptop Tablet, Intel Atom Z3736F 1.33GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC Storage, 1280 x 800 Screen Resolution, Intel HD Graphics, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI, Card Reader, Windows 8.1
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This item HP Pavilion x2 10-n054na (M4S69EA) 10.1-inch Touch Screen Laptop Tablet, Intel Atom Z3736F 1.33GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC Storage, 1280 x 800 Screen Resolution, Intel HD Graphics, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI, Card Reader, Windows 8.1
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|Computer Memory Size||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||4 GB||2 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth; USB; Micro HDMI; HDMI||Bluetooth; USB||No; DC-in jack||Bluetooth||HDMI, Bluetooth, ethernet, wifi||802.11b/g/n wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.0|
|Processor (CPU) Model||Atom Z3736F||Atom||Celeron||Celeron||None||None|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|Processor (CPU) Speed||1.33 GHz||1.44 GHz||1.6 GHz||1.6 GHz||1,440 MHz||1,440 MHz|
|Display Size||10.1 inches||25.7 cm||14 inches||11.6 inches||10.1 inches||25.65 cm|
|Display Technology||—||WXGA IPS eDP anti-glare WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass||LCD||LCD||LED||LCD/ LED Backlit , IPS Technology|
|Hard disk Description||emmc||eMMC||emmc||HDD||eMMC||eMMC|
|Hard Disk Size||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||64 GB||32 GB|
|Item Weight||—||1.09 kg||1.6 kg||1.2 kg||0.79 kg||1.26 kg|
|Operating System||Windows 8||Windows 10||Windows 10||None||Windows 10||Windows 10|
|Processor Description||Intel Atom Z3736F||Intel Atom||Intel® Celeron®; Processor number of strands:2; N3050; Turbo Boost frequency (max):2.16 GHz||Intel Celeron N3050||—||Intel AtomTM x5-Z8300|
|System RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3L-1600 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||—||DDR3L-1600 SDRAM|
Enjoy laptop and tablet computing from one convenient device with the HP Pavilion x2 10-n054sa 10.1" 2 in 1. 2 in 1 The Pavilion x2 is a 2 in 1 - a versatile laptop/tablet hybrid that gives you the best of both words. You can browse the web, watch films and update your social media in tablet mode and, with a simple click, attach the keyboard to accurately type up essays or reports. The screen also rotates around the base, so you can stand the x2 up and watch films and other media completely hands-free. Work all day wirelessly Whether you're at work, on a long journey or spending a lazy day on the sofa, you won't need to keep the charger connected thanks to the 12 hour battery life. Carrying it around is effortless - the tablet and keyboard weight little just over a kilogram, while the tablet alone weighs half that, so you can slip it into a case or add to your luggage without it causing any noticeable difference. Convenient connections The Pavilion x2 features a USB-C port. An evolution of the normal USB port. It is smaller than previous generations and symmetrical so you can plug cables and storage in first time, every time. Who has time for a device that just does one thing? When life demands flexibility, you need a PC that can keep up. Designed to fit your lifestyle, the versatile Pavilion x2 gives you four modes for the price of one. Liberating battery life Leave the cord behind and take on the day with a long lasting battery. Bye-bye, outlet. Hello, outside world. An adaptable detachable The Pavilion x2 with a magnetic hinge gives you the power to pick a mode for exactly what you need. HP's most versatile detachable PC allows you to go beyond notebook and tablet with stand and tent modes. More ports. Fewer adapters. Packed with everything you need right out of the box. With USB 2.0, Type C USB, and micro-HDMI port, you can leave the adapters behind. HP Connected Music. Get access to unlimited listening of radio
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In the past I have have owned Samsung android tablets, and it just never really worked for me in terms of getting work done.
This laptop has really been a lifesaver in this regard.
The first thing that I noticed when messing around with it compared to other laptops in this price bracket, is just how good it feels in the hand.
This hard polycarbonate shell feels really good, and stands up to being dropped really really well. The one thing I love about the detachable hunge is that it makes me trust the laptop more. It fell on its back one and the tablet section came out from the socket. This is actually a good thing, because it means that its highly likely that you will never snap the joint.
This laptop feels of similar quality to my 15 inch hp pavillion which I use most days for office work.
The battery is another thing that I want to touch on. The battery life lasts so damn long on this thing. If you're a college student, then you really should be choosing between this, and a macbook air for taking notes. I can get literally all day out of the battery (and I have my laptops on for a very long time during the day due to the nature of my work). A handy little thing that I found aswell is using an ec electronics battery pack that I have, and a usb type c cable, I'm able to charge the laptop on the go. This means that when I'm going on holidays to Holland and Germany this year, I can bring my laptop knowing full well that it's going to be a great travel companion!
Two things that people will worry about is the processor and the amount of ram on this unit. What I have to say on this regard is that if you are using it for word processing, web surfing, (and even a bit of web design on wordpress), this laptop can do these things just fine. Just be careful that you don't have too many things open at once. Part of this is perhaps to do with the resolution of the screen,
This was something I was very worried about, as I really don't like anything but the sharpest of screens. Fear not, because at the size of screen that it has, the resolution is just fine. Everything appears nice and sharp and I really don't notice a huge difference when i compare it to my 1080p desktop computer screen (and I am a snob about these sort of things). One thing that really goes in favour of the display is how vibrant the colours are, and I think that this is what makes the difference. It's a slightly warm colour temperature that lends well to being used for longer periods of time.
Lastly, I want to talk about the typing experience. On a laptop of this size, its one of the main concerns that I find people bringing up, as they are often used to full sized keyboards. For the first hour of using this keyboard, my typing was a little bit slower, granted. After about an hour though, I started to notice that I was able to touch type again without much of an issue.
I find this keyboard very, very comfortable to type with. I have yet to find anything this small that matches the keyboard layout of this device.
Overall this is a brilliant product for what it is. If you are using this as a second device, or an on the go device, then this is really perfect for those sort of needs. If this is your primary device, I would recommend saving a bit more and picking up something a little more high end, and perhaps a little larger.
As for the space limitations, pay no attention to them, between my memory stick and micro sd that I have for it, it does just fine for space.
Would I recommend this to a friend? Hell yes!
Microsoft managed to up the device's screen size by a few hairs, from the 2014 model's straight 12 inches to this year's 12.3 inches, without affecting its footprint at all. That is, unless you count the Redmond firm shaving over half a millimeter off of its thickness, from 9.1mm to 8.4mm this year – all while maintaining support for full-fat mobile processors.
How did they do it?
For one, Microsoft's product team decided it was time the capacitive Windows button said goodbye, especially with Windows 10 providing easy access to the Start menu, thus the extra room for that three tenths of an inch.
Secondly, the team managed to bring the display's optical stack – the series of sensors, diodes and pixels beneath the glass – even closer to the glass this time around, a key point of Microsoft's trademarked PixelSense screen technology. This helped the firm bring the slate's thickness down by half a millimeter.
The idea here is to bring the sensor elements of the touchscreen as close to your finger or Surface Pen as possible, and it works awfully well. The display is incredibly responsive to touch, and the further sensitivity it brings to the stylus experience is huge. In tandem with the new Surface Pen, the screen detects 1,024 levels of pressure, even during a single stroke.
But more importantly, the new screen proves to be far more luminous and more color accurate than the Surface Pro 3 display at all brightness levels, as you can clearly see. That's bound to be a key selling point for creative folks, namely artists and designers that have yet to leave the Wacom tablet and calibrated monitor combo behind.
For the rest of us, it simply means more realistic-looking movies and more vibrant photos and games. However, considering Microsoft kept to its rare 3:2 aspect ratio to best emulate the notepad experience for the stylus users, you'll see even thicker black bars sandwiching your favorite films in 16:9 – and even more so for those in 21:9, or widescreen format.
all in all great product