Summary: Better options do exist, when it comes to specs from brands like Acer and Lenovo, but the HP Pavilion 13 with its petite frame, lightweight form factor tries to offer something in areas that others haven’t fully locked down on. It is highly ultra portable as a device, offers encouraging audio performance, oodles of storage space and good battery performance.
Pros: Light at 1.8 Kg, 1TB HDD, Good keyboard, 4-5 hours on single charge
Summary: The HP Pavilion 13 x360 convertible shows almost parallel performance to the Lenovo Yoga notebook. Some of its features like viewing angles, reflective screen, and blurriness reduce its performance compared to the Lenovo model. However the combination of the processor and the graphics unit is a strong one. If the flaws of display screen are acceptable for you, then Pavilion 13 x360 is a good choice as a convertible for its quality and performance.
Summary: The HP Pavilion 13-a093na is a powerful device with eye catching color combination and rotating display screen. The APU processor and graphics unit, 1 TB storage caacity and good battery life add up to its market value. It is a perfect device for office tasks, internet applications and movie purposes. The TN display screen could have been replaced with IPS panel for better viewing angles.
HP Pavilion 13-a093na x360 Convertible Review Update
29 November 2014
Summary: Red Temptation. The Pavilion 13 also would like to spare buyers the necessity of choosing between tablet and notebook experience by combining both worlds. It is driven by an AMD APU. In addition, it delivers good battery life and plenty of storage space.
Pros: Nice color, Does hardly get warmer, Good battery life, Works quite quietly, Plenty of storage capacity, the color of the case and the low temperature rise.
Cons: Dark, bluish display with narrow viewing angles, Only 12 months warranty, an IPS panel.
Summary: HP turn around! HP now follows the example set by Lenovo since 2012 with its Yoga. Owing to cleverly designed hinges, the new Pavilion can be used in four different modes. However, we soon discovered that unfortunately the transition is not always smooth.
Pros: Economic yet swift processor, Laptop, tablet, and all-in-one PC, Multipurpose design, Appealing looks, The selected Intel CPU is not only economic but also powerful compared with other convertibles. HP's device can be used in four different modes owing to the clever hinges, and is thus essentially a real all-rounder.
Cons: Very viewing angle dependent screen, No full-fledged SSD, Relatively heavy for a tablet, HP should have installed a considerably brighter and in particular more viewing angle stable screen for making the convertible comfortable to use to its full extent. The user will be unhappy with the screen in the long run.
Summary: HP is sticking to what it does best - churn out affordable, medium-spec laptops that take care of all the little things, while still remaining affordable and stylish. At the bottom end of the market, you'll find models that ship without Windows, with barely any RAM and the smallest available hard drives.
Summary: На наш взгляд, в ноутбуке-трансформере HP Pavilion 13-a020nr x360 минусов больше, чем плюсов. И дело не только в том, что по уровню производительности он может классифицироваться лишь как ноутбук начального уровня, который можно использовать только для самых простых задач (офисные приложения, интернет-общение, просмотр видео и т. д.