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HP Pavilion x2 prices in Philippines

HP Pavilion X2 is a tablet that you can easily turn into a Laptop whenever it suits your need. It offers more than just a compact device to carry around with you. Read more about it right here!

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6 Offers from 3 stores available from ₱ 18,990.00 - ₱ 45,163.00

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HP Pavilion x2 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 4,000,000
Malaysia MYR 1,462
Philippines PHP 18,990
Singapore SGD 499
Vietnam VND 8,650,000

HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

HP Pavilion X2: Design to Fit Your Lifestyle on iPrice Philippines

Whatever lifestyle it is that you lead or business that you pursue, the HP Pavilion X2 is made to adapt to it. When life demands flexibility, this tablet PC can easily flex the way you need it to in order to fulfill its function. This tablet PC is versatile because it can adapt to your needs with its four modes of operation, thanks to its magnetic hinge that gives the tablet the physical features that can make it do so.

Tent Mode in HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

This mode is good for playing games and running apps using your fingertips. It emphases more on the screen while hiding the laptop inside the fold that this mode creates. The screen is presented on the outside while the keyboard is used as support for the tablet to stand.

Laptop Mode in HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

The best device to help you be productive at work or in school is a laptop. Basically, you can detach and attach the laptop to the keyboard and turn it into an operation computer in a form of a laptop. There’s nothing much to say here but the fact that this tablet can work like a fully functional desktop because it packs a powerful enough processor to run a 64 bit Windows 10 OS.

Stand Mode in HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

The stand mode is best for viewing videos and movies on your laptop. This form is basically identical to a laptop but the screen is just positioned at the back rather than making it face the keyboard.

Tablet Mode in HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

Simply detach the HP Pavilion X2 from the keyboard and you got yourself a tablet that’s as powerful as a laptop or desktop computer. This mode is perfect for browsing on the go and for reading ebooks and blogs.

Battery Life That’s Liberating in HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

The tablet is packed 2 cell 33 wHr Lithium-ion battery, capable of running the device for 12 hours max. with just a single charge. Running out of battery will be the least of your worries with the HP Pavilion X2.

Display and Internal Specs in HP Pavilion X2 Philippines

The tablet flaunts a 10.1’ diagonal IPS display with a resolution of 1250x800p. It's run by an Intel Aton Z8300 Processor and an onboard graphics memory of 64GB. Its 2GB RAM is sufficient enough to provide you with a seamless multitasking experience. On the other hand, this tablet has 2 variants: 32GB internal memory and 64GB internal memory.

HP Pavilion x2 Expert Reviews

digit.in
Reviewed on 2016-04-19
Small form factor, Magnetic hinge design, Good battery life, 500GB extra storageReflective display, Average Performance, Touchpad could have been better
Apple may be claiming that the newly launched iPad Pro can replace a laptop, but that isn't true. But then, neither can Android powered tablet. It's not that simple, and to be very honest, currently no device which works on a rehashed version of mobile so...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Nice price, Sleek, balanced design, Magnetic docking mechanism, Bright IPS display, USB-C port, Almost-11-hour battery life2GB of memory, Small keyboard, Soft speakers, Bloatware
The HP Pavilion x2 ($329.99 as tested) is a detachable-hybrid Windows tablet at a budget price. It is a little light on features and speed, but it makes up for those drawbacks with long battery life and the added utility of a detachable In-Plane Switching...
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futurefive.co.nz
Reviewed on 2016-02-17
Laptops have been massively changing in recent years. The advent of tablets has called into question the role of a laptop. A tablet is more mobile, while a desktop is more expandable and faster. Then add in that smartphones are coming with larger screens...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-23
Great construction, Powerful for light computing (like email and web browsing), Long battery life, Kickass screen and speakers, Starts at $300Bloatware ruins experience. when installed, Random keyboard connectivity issues, Low-resolution display
Let's face it: Convertible laptops suck. A computer that can switch between a laptop and a tablet compromises too much and fails as both...at least they have in the past.Thanks to the improvements in low-powered processors, that's changing. We're seeing a...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-08
Great battery life, Good performance for the money, Small and light, Solid build qualityUndersized keys, Backside can get a little toasty, Some bloatware
The Pavilion x2 10t is a great option for kids or parents who want a cheap device to use at home and on the road. It can be an immersive media tablet, and it's a more-than-capable Web-surfing machine for when you want to do some shopping, check Facebook...
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v3.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-11-16
Cheap, runs Windows 10, full-size USB on the tabletNo extra ports on the keyboard dock, low-res display, small internal storage, poor cameras
The HP Pavilion x2 comes with some pretty impressive specs for such a cheap device: eight blazing cores and a sparkling QHD display. That said, we did approach the Pavilion x2 - which starts at a relatively microscopic
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-14
Long battery life, Roaring speakers, Absurdly affordable32, bit Windows 10, Creaky hinge, Limited storage and memory
Laptops have gotten cheap. A few years ago trying to buy a laptop for less than $500 (about £328, AU$703) pretty much limited your options to underpowered Netbooks with poor ergonomics and build quality. Fast forward to the present and the market of super...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-11-13
Long battery life, Roaring speakers, Absurdly affordable32bit Windows 10, Creaky hinge, Limited storage and memory
Laptops have gotten cheap. A few years ago trying to buy a laptop for less than $500 (about £328, AU$703) pretty much limited your options to underpowered Netbooks with poor ergonomics and build quality. Fast forward to the present and the market of super...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2015-11-10
Cheap, runs Windows 10, full-size USB on the tablet, not as slow as it looksThat USB is the only one, low-res display, small internal storage
WE LIKE a premium powerhouse as much as the next tech website, but not everyone needs eight blazing cores and a sparkling QHD display - even on a fancy backflipping convertible...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
When it comes to technology and devices, there is always a design that becomes popular enough to set a trend. Such trends are usually due to foresight of people who are able to predict and cater to the needs of the masses at the time. The latest one when...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-10-08
HP's new Pavilion x2 hybrid computer does not look too different from older hybrids. What stands this 10.1-inch device apart from them, however, is how it transforms. Simply pull the screen and keyboard apart with two hands and the display detaches to be...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-07
HP's new Pavilion x2 hybrid computer does not look too different from older hybrids. What stands this 10.1-inch device apart from them, however, is how it transforms.Simply pull the screen and keyboard apart with two hands and the display detaches to beco...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-27
The revamped Pavilion x2 has a modern-looking new design, good keyboard and a strong magnetic hinge to keep its two halves togetherDespite a prominent Bang & Olufsen logo and large speaker grilles, the audio sounds thin and weak. The desktop is littered with advertising links and battery life is shorter than some similar systems
HP was one of the first PC makers to embrace the idea of a hybrid 2-in-1 laptop. The original x2 systems appeared just after the launch of Windows 8, and combined elements of both a clamshell laptop and a touchscreen tablet.But that original model was not...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-27
The revamped Pavilion x2 has a modern-looking new design, good keyboard and a strong magnetic hinge to keep its two halves togetherDespite a prominent Bang & Olufsen logo and large speaker grilles, the audio sounds thin and weak. The desktop is littered with advertising links and battery life is shorter than some similar systems
HP was one of the first PC makers to embrace the idea of a hybrid 2-in-1 laptop. The original x2 systems appeared just after the launch of Windows 8, and combined elements of both a clamshell laptop and a touchscreen tablet .But that original model was no...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-09-27
The revamped Pavilion x2 has a modern-looking new design, good keyboard and a strong magnetic hinge to keep its two halves togetherDespite a prominent Bang & Olufsen logo and large speaker grilles, the audio sounds thin and weak. The desktop is littered with advertising links and battery life is shorter than some similar systems
HP was one of the first PC makers to embrace the idea of a hybrid 2-in-1 laptop. The original x2 systems appeared just after the launch of Windows 8, and combined elements of both a clamshell laptop and a touchscreen tablet .But that original model was no...
Read More >
hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-09-25
Remember netbooks? Those portable, tiny, modestly powered and inexpensive machines that preceded tablets? If not, here's a little trip down memory lane.Netbooks were introduced in 2007 and was made popular by the ASUS Eee PC . It sold over 300,000 units i...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-09-09
Affordable machine running full Windows, Clever transformative multimode design with fully detachable tablet portion, IPS touchscreen features good contrast and brightness, Keyboard is better than expected, Performance is adequate for a device of its cla...Construction quality and materials are nothing special, Constrained storage space, especially for a Windows-based device, Somewhat limited port selection, Not enough horsepower to manage anything other than the most menial tasks, Touchpad with integrated...
Versatile and affordable… The Pavilion x2 10-n013dx is the latest in HP's rather crowded convertible line, sporting a familiar detachable design and a power-sipping Intel chipset intended to handle the basics. But with its multimode design and reasonable...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-08-31
Still, it's worth it. Windows 10 wasn't just a big improvement for desktops: with incredibly easy-to-use touch gestures, window snapping and Task View, the Windows desktop is finally ready for tablet screens. The HP Pavilion x2 handles these swipes and ge...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-27
Attractive and durable, Excellent battery life, Reliable performance, Free Office 365 Personal subscriptionLow-quality display, Frustrating trackpad, Limited ports
What is the HP Pavilion x2? Available in time for the start of the academic year, HP's Pavilion x2 is an affordable two-in-one targeted primarily at students. Its special hinge allows you to use the x2 in a variety of positions, making it very versatile i...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-09
Light and streamlined, Good keyboard, Manages its temperature well, Battery life (6½ hours)Limited connections, CPU/GPU combo not very powerful, Sound needs work
Despite its all-plastic chassis, the HP Pavilion x2 looks like it's good quality and well-made, with no apparent flaws. The pearly white plastic is nice to touch and has the advantage of not showing up fingerprints. The computer is easy to pick up thanks
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