The HP Pavilion x360 15 comes with slow Wi-Fi
The HP Pavilion x360 15 is a 15.6-inch 2-in-1 device. The price starts at 666 Euros (~$790). Our review configuration sells for anywhere between 800 (~$940) and 900 (~$1060) Euros.
The housing of the Pavilion x360 is not made of expensive materials. It is made of plastic. The chassis is not stiff at all. Just a small amount of pressure is enough to bend it in. The laptop comes in the Silver Grey colour scheme.
The Pavilion x360 does not feature a Thunderbolt port. Instead, it comes with a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port which supports DisplayPort over USB-C functionality. Power Delivery over USB-C is also supported. This means that the laptop can be charged via either the Type-C port or HP’s proprietary charging port.
The data transfer speeds that we have measured under the optimal conditions (no other Wi-Fi-enabled devices in close proximity, a short distance between the notebook and the server PC) are very poor. The Pavilion x360 15 only managed to achieve speeds of 433 Mb/s in our Wi-Fi test.
All in all, the touchscreen (FHD, IPS) disappointed. The contrast ratio and the brightness are subpar. Colour space coverage is very poor as well. However, the touchscreen can be used with the fingers or the HP Tilt Pen, which is sold separately.
To learn more about the HP Pavilion x360 15-er0155ng, read our extensive review.