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Background and Identification
The HP Pavilion x360 14m-ba114dx is one of HP’s premier everyday home use laptop computers. Its one of a kind features and design elements make it a great choice for doing anything from homework to creating content and enjoying media. The laptop was initially available for purchase in July of 2018 and had a starting price of $499.99. Additionally, the computer runs on an Intel core i5 8th Gen processor. Its main shortcomings are its short battery life and relatively dull display. In fact, in January of 2018 HP recalled over 50,000 notebook batteries due to meltdowns. The Pavilion x360 was an affected model.
The Laptop has a sleek 2-in-1 design with a 14 inch screen. It has the word “Pavilion” etched into it in 2 distinct places. One place is directly under the ctrl key and the other one is on the back spine where the computer folds over. Additionally, the device has 4 distinctive rubber feet on the underside of the computer near all four corners. As far as coloration, the device is gold on the top and has a silver keyboard frame and base. The device can also be identified by the fact that the screen folds over 360 degrees, allowing the laptop to enter tablet mode. Finally, all of the model information is etched into the computer’s underside to the right of the QR code.
- Intel Core i5 8250U Processor
- 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM Memory
- 128 GB Solid State Drive
- B&O PLAY using Dual Speakers
- 14” Diagonal Touchscreen
- Energy Star Certified
- 13.18 x 8.93 x 0.78 inches
- Ports: 1 USB Type C, 2 USB, 1 HDMI, and 1 Microphone/Headphone Combo
- Product Color: gold cover, with a silver base and keyboard frame
- Comes with McAfee LiveSafe software
- Weight: 3.79 lb