HP Pavilion x360 14 vs. HP Pavilion Plus 14

Most people won’t need the extra GPU muscle that the HP Pavilion Plus 14 flexes, which makes the HP Pavilion x360 14 the best overall option. While the Plus 14 does come with an impressive display and an extra USB-C slot, we feel that its low battery life makes it a poor choice for general use. The HP Pavilion x360 14, meanwhile, has all-day longevity and great hardware for standard productivity. In short, you should go with the Pavilion x360 14 if you’re planning on using your laptop for day-to-day web browsing and productivity, while the Pavilion Plus 14 will be ideal for people that want a powerful Ultrabook that serves well as a docked creative workstation.

HP Pavilion Plus 14 vs. HP Pavilion Plus 14 vs. HP Pavilion Plus 14 vs. HP Pavilion Plus. x360 14: Design and specs

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In terms of raw performance capabilities, the Pavilion Plus 14 beats the Pavilion x360 14 by a fairly wide margin. Its P and H-series Intel 12th Gen Mobile CPUs are more powerful than the U-series ones that the x360 14 is limited to, and its optional NVIDIA GeForce MX550 and RTX 2050 Laptop dedicated GPUs surpass Intel’s integrated Iris Xe graphics as well. Both laptops come with up to 16GB of 3200MHz DDR4 and up to 1TB of SSD storage, giving you plenty of memory and storage to work with.

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