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Background and Identification
The HP Pavilion line of computers was launched on 1995 with the Pavilion PC, HP’s first home computer. The Pavilion brand includes notebooks, laptops, and desktop computers. HP x360 laptop computers are convertible, which means that the screen can fold backwards, creating a tablet configuration in addition to the standard laptop configuration. These are also called 2-in-1 computers or hybrid computers.
13 inch laptops are often considered the upper limit of small, mobile laptops. While some users love the portability that a small laptop offers, others think that the size makes it difficult to type properly. 13 inch laptops will often need to sacrifice a powerful processor to fit into the given space. This means that 13 inch laptops are best suited for lightweight tasks like browsing the internet or writing notes. This computer can be recognized by the 13 inch screen and convertible capabilities. Please note that ‘13-s’ is not a full model number. Full model numbers will have a format similar to this: 13-s###XX’. You can find the exact model and product number by using this HP support page, which has information on where identifying numbers can be found and what they mean.