The HP Pavilion x360 14 and 15 have been refreshed with a focus on entertainment. They’re both convertible laptops aimed at consumers that want to game or stream content from anywhere. The Pavilion x360 14 and 15 have been refreshed with modern internals, including Wi-Fi 6, and have an improved design with a higher screen-to-body ratio compared to previous models. You can order the Pavilion x360 15 starting today for $750 but will have to wait until spring to purchase the Pavilion x360 14.
For people looking to enjoy movies, TV shows, and other streamed content, the laptops have an 88.92 percent screen-to-body ratio. They’re also more compact than previous models, so they should be easier to take on the go.
Here are the specs for the Pavilion x360 14:
The specs for the Pavilion x360 15 have a lot in common with its smaller sibling, though there are some differences:
Both Pavilion laptops have features for gaming, thanks to OMEN Gaming Hub. They can display your system vitals in real time and support customizable keystrokes. The internals on the laptops aren’t that powerful for local gaming, but they should be able to handle some titles. If you have another OMEN gaming PC that’s more powerful, you can stream your games to a Pavilion laptop through Remote Play.
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