One of the few laptop-style devices at MWC 2014 is the HP Pavilion x360, an 11.6-inch hybrid that switches between clamshell and tablet modes thanks to a 360-degree hinge.

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Despite its small size, the Pavilion x360 has a full array of ports, including an SD slot, HDMI port, and 3 USB ports (two shown here, plus another on the other side).

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On the inside, you the same Beats Audio technology as the rest of HP's consumer laptop line, up to 8GB of RAM, and a 500GB hybrid hard drive. There's also 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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Unlike the pricier Yogas, HP's version starts at $399, which means it runs Intel Celeron or current-gen Atom chips, rather than the more mainstream Core i-series CPUs.

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The system weighs around 3 pounds and is 21.9mm thick.

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The Pavilion x360 will be available starting February 26, initially in red, later in smoked silver, both with a soft touch finish and brushed metal wrist rest.

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