The x360 Touch line now comes in 11.6-inch, 14-inch, and 15.6-inch flavors — the 13.3-inch version has been discontinued. The $399 low-end 11.6-inch version now has an Intel Pentium N4200 in the base configuration, which should be a major improvement over last year's Celeron N3060. The new processor has quad cores and an astonishingly low base clock speed, but the chip still trounces the old model in benchmarks. Unfortunately, the default 4GB of RAM and 500GB 5400 rpm SATA drive on this laptop will still choke on many modern computing tasks.
There's a lot more room for upgrades in the larger Pavilion x360 models, which have options for discrete graphics, Core i3, i5, or i7 processors, higher-res screens, and M.2 slots for an SSD in addition to the 2.5-inch drive bay. The larger models also include a USB-C port
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