Summary: Good: this is a great form factor This device is a full Windows laptop, with the ability to detach the touch screen to use it like a tablet. The keyboard dock has power and audio ports, of course, and when the screen is detached in tablet mode, its power and audio ports become accessible. The weight is fine, and the connection between screen and keyboard/dock seems durable enough.
HOW MANY COMPUTERS DONT COME WITH MICROSOFT WORD PRE-INSTALLED?
Darcen Morales, Amazon
19 April 2014
Summary: This computer is very enticing? It has lots of cool and exciting with the convertible to tablet and the touch screen- also very pricy! All of which a 17 year old could want and love right??? You would think with the cost that it would no SHOULD come with Microsoft office- but no it does not and therefore the computer's use to do homework is non-existence- HP got it WRONG! By not including the program basically renders the computer a game console and internet connection.
Summary: I bought this to replace my 3rd Dell. So far everything is great! The touch screen takes some getting used to because it's sensitive but I love the convenience of it and the ability to split into a tablet. The Beats audio is great. I was wary buying it refurbished but since it was half price I decided to give it a go. The only difference between this and a new machine is that there is a small knick in the varnish on the bottom of the keyboard.
Summary: I ordered and returned immediately upon receiving w/o opening the box. I didn't realize how 11 in would be like until I went to bestbuy and check out a 11 in laptop. It's too small. That was the only thing that I can comment since I didn't keep it. I have an HP 12 in swivel and it was too small.
Summary: I bought this for my wife for xmas and so far so good. The new windows took a little more figuring out than I liked so I downloaded an app that allows you to toggle from classic view to new view with the click of a button. Now all is right in the world!! Anyway the cool thing with this is it will run apps like a tablet or use like a regular pc/laptop. It truly is the best of both worlds.
Summary: I have been looking for a convertible tablet for a year now. I initially was interested in the ASUS T100 for being lighter, but I was concerned with its quality. As far as the Pavilion X2 it has better performance with a Pentium quad processor and faster SSD than quad Atom, at the compromised of lower battery life. I get about 4 to 5 hours which is fine for my application.