4th Gen Intel® CoreTM i5-4202Y processor

With a 3MB L3 cache and 1.6GHz processor speed.
Intel® CoreTM i5 processor

Features smart 4-way processing performance with a speed boost.
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology

Delivers extra performance when you need it and increased energy efficiency when you don’t. Intel® HD graphics provide extra graphics power for your laptop when you need it.

For multitasking power.
Note: Optical drive not included

Compatible with optional external recordable CD/DVD drives (not included).
13.3″ LED-backlit IPS high-definition touch-screen display

With 1366 x 768 resolution simplifies navigation and showcases movies and games in stunning clarity.
128GB solid state drive

Offers spacious storage and fast read/write times. Box provides an additional 50GB of Cloud storage.
Intel® HD Graphics 4400

For lush images and vivid detail. HDMI output for flexible connectivity options.
Built-in HP TrueVision high-definition webcam

Along with dual noise-canceling microphones makes it easy to video chat with family and friends.
2 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports

For fast digital data transfer and easy peripheral connectivity.
Built-in Intel® 2×2 wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n)

Connect to the Internet without wires.
Bluetooth interface

Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3 player.
2-in-1 design

Allows you to easily detach the display for multifunctional use as a tablet.
Weighs only 4.4 lbs. and measures just 0.7″ thin

For lightweight portability. Full-size, island-style keyboard allows comfortable typing.
Plastic and glass-fiber finish

Offers a stylish look.
Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit operating system preinstalled

3 thoughts on “HP Pavilion 13.3 Touchscreen ultrabook tablet laptop 2 in 1 Intel Core i5-4210Y 4gb ram 128 GB SSD black

  1. LisaPcola says:

    Research pays – Know your device and OS First of all, my research for a new laptop which led me to the hybrids revealed that many online reviews are confusing the i3 (model 13-m010dx) and the NEW i5 (model 13-g110dx), across all website reviews. Second, I work in I.T. and understand not only hardware, but that some people have a difficult time with change and learning curves with operating systems. Users want stuff to work NOW and be easy, but often that means taking time to learn something new… like Windows 8. Finally, my research is never just online, it’s only an initial review before going into the store to look, touch and play with new technology for myself. I’d never recommend making such an investment without a hands-on test as well. This review is from the perspective of a tech-savvy user, not a higher-level I.T. professional, because I think the former is who will make best use of the information. However, my recommendation would not change if my review had big geeky words and analyses in it.I…

  2. jk777 "Jakola" says:

    Mouse Pad Driver Memory Leak I would also give this 5 stars if HP would only get Synaptics (not sure if this is third party or a part of HP) to fix the slow memory leak in the Mouse Pad Driver. If you surf the web (or just leave it powered up) for several hours (5-6 hrs), the memory eventually max’s out and the mouse pad becomes flaky and things slow down. Sometimes the cursor completely disappears. A reboot of course fixes this since it clears out the memory and it all starts over. Most will not notice it and just reboot when problems occur but the task manager will show the memory usage slowly increasing until it max’s out. It still runs, just not as it should. If the mouse driver is disabled and the touch screen is used instead, there are no memory issues. HP refuses to look into this. I returned one of these thinking it was a hardware issue. Hopefully someone else will inform HP of this issue so they fix this.The nice things about this PC: no fan, not much heat either, great size, keyboard to…

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