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HP brings Lenovo’s backflipping Yoga laptop design to the $400 price point

24
Feb
2014

Today, HP is announcing a computer cut from a slightly different cloth: the new HP Pavilion x360 is clearly inspired by Lenovos successful Yoga lineup of backflipping convertible PCs. And just like Lenovos most recent addition to the lineup, the Yoga 2 11, the computer runs Windows 8.1 on an Intel Bay Trail processor, in an 11-inch, three-pound laptop with 4GB of RAM, 500GB of magnetic storage, and a fairly low-resolution 1366 x 768 multitouch screen. Where they differ is price: the nice part about the Pavilion is that it starts at just $400, compared to the $550 youll pay for the Lenovo today. Mind you, youll be getting a laptop thats five millimeters thicker and may not have nearly the same battery life.

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