77% - The screen is good, but not great. The low brightness is the Achilles' heel of our test model. Review date: January 4, 2017 | Model: HP Pavilion x360 15-bk102ng
HP is offering a 15.6-inch convertible with sufficient performance for most tasks. The laptop runs quietly while idle and barely heats up. A 1 TB HDD offers extensive storage space and the user can swap it out for an SSD (after opening the case). A maintenance flap is not included. The keyboard is fine for home use. The battery life of the Pavilion in our WLAN test is average, which means that the convertible is not ideal for mobile use... For 600 Euros (~$632), HP has to put more on the table. The IPS panel has good viewing angles and decent contrast. The keyboard, touchpad and touchscreen work well. The screen reacts quickly and accurately to input and can be used with a finger or an active stylus. Despite the many pros, the cons of this model will dissuade many potential buyers.