HP Pavilion x360 14 is the first Pavilion with 4G LTE, starts at $499

Hp Pavilion X360 14
Hp Pavilion X360 14 (Image credit: HP)

What you need to know

  • HP announced the new Pavilion x360 14 today.
  • This is the first Pavilion laptop with LTE connectivity.
  • It also features 10th Gen Intel processors and Wi-Fi 6.
  • The HP Pavilion x360 14 is available today for $499 and $749 at Best Buy.

HP today took the wraps off of the new Pavilion x360 14. This convertible laptop brings Intel's 10th Gen processors, Wi-Fi 6, and it's the first Pavilion laptop with optional LTE connectivity. It's priced for those on a budget as well, starting at $499.

Compared to the previous generation, the new Pavilion x360 14 brings some modern design updates, including the option for a "seamless" 3D metal look. The 14-inch display is available in HD and FHD options, while HP has also upped the top-end SSD storage size to 1TB. As with the rest of HP's x360 laptops, the screen on this Pavilion can be rotated between a typical laptop position to tent and tablet modes on the fly.

The real highlight here, though, is LTE, which is there for people who need to get work done without a Wi-Fi connection always in range. LTE connectivity is something we're starting to see more as an option in new laptops, though it's still not the norm. To see it on a budget laptop is intersting to say the least.

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CategoryHP Pavilion x360 14
Operating SystemWindows 10 Home
Display14 inches, up to FHD, IPS, 250 nits
ProcessorUp to 10th Gen Intel Core 15-1035G1
GraphicsIntel UHD Graphics
Memory8GB DDR4
StorageUp to 1TB SSD
Front CameraHP WideVision HD camera
SecurityOptional fingerprint
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Optional LTE, Bluetooth
Ports1x SuperSpeed USB Type-C (10Gbps), 2x SuperSpeed USB Type-a (5Gbps), 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x SD card reader
AudioSpeakers, Headphones
Dimensions2.76 in (W) x 8.70 in (D) x 0.71 in (H)
Weight3.55 lb
ColorsNatural silver, Warm gold, Forest teal

The HP Pavilion x360 14 is available at Best Buy starting today in "natural silver" and "warm gold," priced at $499 and $749, respectively. HP says it will also go on sale through its official store with an additional "forest teal" option priced at $549 in May.

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