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This downsized version of its 15-inch sibling still manages to pack quite a bit into its diminutive 13-inch body, including a 4K display.
The copper-and-brown milled aluminum body gives the notebook a unique and elegant look. You can get it in a more typical natural silver as well.
Like all 2-in-1 models, you can flip it into presentation mode.
HP bundles its Active Pen stylus with the x360.
The stylus has two buttons.
This is how I feel about the stylus.
You can see how far the stylus tip can get from the surface -- that white dot is the stylus cursor location.
Twixt laptop and tablet.
This picture adds 10 pounds to it.
HP also bundles a sleeve with the x360.
The free sleeve has a convenient place to stash the stylus.
The large lip on the lid makes it a little easier to open than some laptops.
The x360 has a Type A USB port with full-time charging and a headphone jack on the left.
It's a little awkward as a vertical tablet since it's about 11 inches tall.
The x360 has two USB-C ports capable of driving displays or charging the system.
The keyboard has sufficient travel and a full set of keys in the right places.
The speakers sound better than those of your typical laptop.
This auxiliary speaker grille allows for better sound when in tent or presentation mode.
The hinge has nice tension for flipping around.
The laptop insisted that this was its best side.
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