The HP Pavilion x360 14-dh convertible supports the HP Pen that can be purchased separately
The HP Pavilion x360 14-dh1153ng has a Comet Lake processor, an Intel Optane SSD and a backlit keyboard. The IPS touchscreen display can be operated with your fingers or using the HP Pen (1MR94AA, not included).
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The Pavilion x360 14 is a compact 14-inch Windows convertible that is powered by a Core i5-10210U quad core processor (based on Comet Lake architecture). The configuration we have tested is available for around $700. However, Hewlett Packard also offers more affordable variants (from $350).
Our test unit is equipped with an Intel Optane storage device that consists of two Intel NVMe SSDs (512, 32 GB). Both SSDs are installed on the same module (M.2-2280). The 32-GB SSD is based on Intel's very fast 3D XPoint storage and serves as a fast cache for the traditional 512-GB SSD (QLC storage).
The IPS touchscreen display can be operated using your fingers or with the HP Pen (1MR94AA, available separately from $50). However, the HP Pen can also be used in combination with more affordable Pavilion devices that are equipped with a Pentium Gold 540U processor. Potential buyers that are mainly interested in pen input but do not require as much processing power could save a few dollars by choosing one of these models.
What started as a side job during my computer science studies later became my main job: For more than 20 years now I have been working as an editor and author in the IT sector. While working in the print sector I also contributed to the creation of various loose-leaf publications and published original written pieces. I have been working for Notebookcheck since 2012.
Translator:Katherine Bodner - Translator - 296 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2017
I completed my master's degree in translation at the University of Vienna a few years ago and have been working as a translator for English, German and French ever since. I first started translating for Notebookcheck in 2017 and have learned more about computers than I ever imagined, and I have even become the person my family turns to for advice when it comes to consumer electronics. Other than that I also focus on everything connected to sustainability and renewable energy.