HP x360 Review
I've been in the market for a new computer for about two years and I just couldn't make up my mind. Which processor, which SSD, touch screen or traditional and the list of options go on and on. I've done pretty much all I can to breath new life into my workstation. The CPU has been upgraded, over clocked, RAM maxxxed, 64bit OS, OS moved from HHD to SSD, upgraded graphics card, increased cooling and I repaired the MB. Long story short I've become attached and my workstation which has seen eight of it's nine lives (if it were a cat) it will be ten years old by the end of this year! Amy hears me go on and on about my PC, but sadly this relationship with my old PC just had to end.
In comes the HP x360.
The shell of the x360 is sleek and I love the style. The first question I asked was "what type of processor?" in the back of my mind it didn't really matter because my PC is about 9yrs old!! The features of 2x USB 3.0 and 1x USB 2.0, HDMI, webcam, RJ45 10/100 BaseT ethernet, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac (wifi) and an SD card reader are pretty standard across many high end manufacturers these days. The two attributes that make this particular laptop unique is the B&O audio and the hinge. Yes that's right, the hinge. You can have this guy setup as a traditional laptop, tent, tablet or stand style.
The battery life on this PC has surprised me, which is great because I don't feel like I have to be close to a plug. I haven't touched my desktop since the x360 has come into my life and as each day goes by, I'm slowly replacing my workstation. It feels like the end of a chapter (as Amy rolls her eyes) but men become attached to their tech. I am excited to have a device that gets everything done from work to play. For more information on the HP x360 click HERE
Many thanks to HP for this incredible device. I did receive the HP x360 to review, as always the opinions on Milk and Coco are our own!