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HP Pavilion x360 (15-inch)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 214 reviews of HP Pavilion x360 (15-inch). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People are impressed by the usability and price. The screen and portability are also mentioned favorably. Many are negative about the touchpad. There are some mixed reviews about the energy efficiency.

performance, portability, screen, price, usability

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the HP Pavilion x360 (15-inch) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Edward Chester (trustedreviews.com)

HP Pavilion x360 15-bk062sa

 

This is a low-cost, entry-level laptop aimed at first-time buyers or students, just like with the HP Pavilion 15-au072sa. However, it takes a slightly different tack, adding a touchscreen and a 360-degree hinge to turn it into a giant convertible...

Having a 15.6-inch touchscreen seems a little pointless, but this is otherwise a decent entry-level laptop.

Aug, 2016

Expert review by : Kevin Lee (techradar.com)

HP Pavilion x360 (2015) review

 

An affordable 2-in-1 laptop for everyone

Great specs for an affordable price ; Vastly improved hinge mechanism ; Potentially 8 hours of battery life

Still bulky and heavy ; Thin viewing angles

If you want a 2-in-1 laptop at an affordable price? HP has introduced a solid 11.6-inch option with the HP Pavilion x360.

Apr, 2015

Expert review by : Laptop Mag (laptopmag.com)

HP Pavilion x360 15-Inch Review

 

Strong speakers; Above-average battery life; Attractive outer shell ; Dull display; Slow hard drive; Ugly racing stripes; Touchpad sticks ; The HP Pavilion x360 has above-average battery life, but it's held back by a dull display, a flawed touchpad and...

Dull display; Slow hard drive; Ugly racing stripes; Touchpad sticks ; The HP Pavilion x360 has above-average battery life, but it's held back by a dull display, a flawed touchpad and a slow hard drive.

The HP Pavilion x360 has above-average battery life, but it's held back by a dull display, a flawed touchpad and a slow hard drive.

Sep, 2016

Expert review by : Sam Medley (notebookcheck.net)

HP Pavilion x360 15t X3W72AV Convertible Review

 

Flip Flop. HP now offers Kaby Lake processors in their 15-inch Pavilion x360 convertibles. In addition to the upgraded 7th generation Intel chips, a few other changes have been made. Are these improvements enough to make us flip over the Pavilion, or...

solid, firm chassis ; responsive keyboard ; full sound from speakers (when using audio software) ; solid compute performance ; low power consumption ; lots of ports/connectivity ; chassis color options are unique

very slow hard drive ; trackpad feels cheap ; paint prone to scratches and nicks ; screen is dim and washed out ; glossy finish too reflective ; disappointing battery life ; no USB-C ; device is too large and heavy for long tablet use

The updated HP Pavilion x360 15t is a mixed bag; while there are definite improvements in the keyboard and processor, there are compromises in the display and battery life. The Pavilion makes for a good office device, as the Kaby Lake Core i5 is more...

Dec, 2016

Expert review by : Elias Plastiras (pcworld.idg.com.au)

HP Pavilion x360 hybrid tablet/laptop

 

HP's Pavilion x360 offers plenty of style and functionality at a budget price

Strong and vibrant design ; Good built-in features ; Comfortable keyboard

Battery life is short ; Screen can be hard to view in tablet mode ; Feels heavy as a tablet

Apr, 2014

Expert review by : Sascha Mölck (notebookcheck.net)

HP Pavilion x360 15-bk102ng Convertible Review

 

Dark Display. This HP convertible is on the market for 600 Euros (~$632). It offers a combination of a Kaby Lake processor, an IPS screen and a 1 TB HDD. It might be an attractive option for some users, as it supports active input styli (Active Stylus).

IPS screen, full-HD resolution, ample mass storage, support for Active Stylus

dim screen, noisy fan at high load, average battery life, no Type-C USB

HP is offering a 15.6-inch convertible with sufficient performance for most tasks. The laptop runs quietly while idle and barely heats up. A 1 TB HDD offers extensive storage space and the user can swap it out for an SSD (after opening the case). A...

Expert review by : René Kohl (notebookcheck.net)

HP Pavilion 15-bk001ng x360 Notebook Review

 

Keyboard fail. HP sends a 15-inch convertible from its x360 Pavilion lineup into the race. The competition has grown quite a bit in the past months - even if a high-rider is not among them, all opponents are at least relatively good. Can the Pavilion...

battery life, always cool, decent speakers, high-contrast screen

with too low brightness, unresponsive keyboard

HP offers an almost rounded package with its x360. The buyer gets a convertible that stands out with good battery life, pleasing sound output, and decent performance. Intel's Core i5 6200U is no longer a distinguishing feature since it has become the...

Expert review by (laptopmedia.com)

HP Pavilion x360 15 (15-cr0000) review – can’t fare with the competition

 

HP has a wide spectrum of convertible devices which they brand as “x360”. No, XBOX is not an HP convertible laptop, but the new Pavilion x360 15 is. If you are familiar with the Spectre…

Great price for a 15-inch convertible;Supports M.2 SSD and 2.5-inch HDD;The screen doesn’t use PWM at any brightness level (B156HAN02.2 (AUO22ED))

Unsatisfactory build quality;Dim display with narrow sRGB coverage (B156HAN02.2 (AUO22ED));The material around the keyboard bends under the slightest pressure;GPU with high heat output, for the performance it offers;Rubber feet are shorter than some...

Mar, 2019

Expert review by (pcquest.com)

HP Pavilion x360 Convertible Notebook Review

 

The all new 13.3” HP Pavilion x360 comes with a refined new metallic finish design and four seamless modes for ultimate flexibility that provides a smoother experience in an ultra-portable form factor. The Pavilion x360 comes with 6th Gen i5 processor,...

strong performance, bright display, battery life, touch screen, B&O speakers

color lag in side to side viewing, trackpad when using two finger gesture

For this price the HP Pavilion x360 is a powerful bang for your buck and offers enough power to run your apps. They keyboard, trackpad, B&O speakers offer great multimedia performance and with sleek and convertible design, this notebook gets even...

Consumer review (very.co.uk)

Amazing for newbies!

 

My OH bought me this laptop as I'm a starter digital artist, this laptop is perfect for my research, for writing, and for my art, I love that it's usable on all angles and the touch pad is so sensitive! Amazing laptop, all I need and more!

Aug, 2018