HP Pavilion x360 14-ba series review
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The HP Pavilion X360 14-ba series can do something special, and the clue is in the name. The screen can actually flip back onto itself (hence the 'X360'), and essentially turn it into a full touchscreen tablet. These devices have been very popular for a couple of years now, but quality can vary significantly. On paper the specs of the X360 look impressive, but how is it in the flesh? Find out in our full review. Note: Laptops of this model sold before April 2018 are subject to a recall notice from HP due to a risk of battery overheating and the potential for a fire. Check if your laptop is affected by searching for HP's battery recall website and downloading its software validation tool.
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