HP ProBook is a premium convertible. A quick SSD, silent operation, and a long battery life are all features of the sturdy ProBook convertible. Both fingers and a stylus can be used to navigate the touchscreen.


The ProBook's 11.6-inch display has a native resolution of 1366x768 pixels. There are no displays with higher resolutions. Although the contrast (1407:1) is high, the brightness may be increased. In general, we consider values above 300 cd/m2 to be favorable. There isn't any PWM flickering seen on the display.

The convertible has an IPS panel from HP that has consistent viewing angles. As a result, the display can be read from any angle. Outside, though, it is hardly feasible. This is prevented by the slick display surface and the dim display brightness.

Optional stylus:

A chiclet keyboard without backlighting is built into the HP convertible. The travel distance and pressure point of the roughened keys are both minimal. We appreciate the keys' strong resistance. When typing, the keyboard sags a little. But it didn't turn out to be an issue. Overall, HP provides an excellent keyboard that is also appropriate for frequent typists. We do, however, lack the backlighting. Given the HP computer's pricing, this ought to be obvious.

The 9.4 x 5.5 cm ClickPad has multitouch functionality. Gesture controls can still be used because of this. The surface's smoothness makes gliding with the fingers simple. Inputs from the corners are also responded to. The pad features a distinct pressure point and a short travel distance.


Hewlett Packard now offers an 11.6-inch convertible in its lineup called the ProBook x360 that is primarily intended for usage in educational institutions. It has sufficient processing capability for basic office and web apps.

Laptop has intel Celeron processor. There is no disputing that it is very inexpensive despite its light performance. Although it may have a harder time competing with desktop computers, because to its nearly unbeatable price, it has a substantial purchase share in the laptop industry. As long as you don't ask too much of them, Celerons are CPUs that respond flawlessly to simple activities like using multimedia and a word processor. This includes refraining from rendering work or playing video games, which require a faster processor. Further HP ProBook x360 has Intel UHD graphics. It is ideal for the casual gaming and day to day tasks.

Students are always looking forward to buy inexpensive laptops. For a Windows laptop, budget-conscious customers can start with 4GB of RAM. You can get a snappy PC that handles the essentials—like having a few low-intensity programs and a number of open browser tabs at once—by pairing it with an SSD for storage. Also, 64GB is enough for students to save the lectures and related notes. However, if more space is required for other tasks or project you can always go for cloud storage options.

Gaming performance:

One or two of the games in our database can be played smoothly on the ProBook x360 thanks to its hardware. First and foremost, this applies to games with minimal hardware needs. Users must however restrict themselves to low resolutions and low quality settings even when playing such games. The Casual Games section of the Windows Store has games that are a lot more playable.

Robustly built:

The ProBook x360's case is primarily constructed of black plastic. Light gray rubber strips covering the device's thin sides serve as impact protection for the convertible. On the top of the base unit, there are white dots that are unevenly spaced; they are likely intended to look like paint splatters. In this approach, any further stains that might develop during regular school activities are concealed. When it comes to craftsmanship, there is nothing to be faulted. The gadget doesn't exhibit any unusual instability either.

There is no maintenance hatch provided by the computer. The base unit's top must be taken off in order to access the interior. The first step is to remove all of the screws from the device's bottom. The apparatus can then be put back on its feet. The base unit's top cover then needs to be removed using a flat spatula. Several flat ribbon wires connect the top cover to the motherboard.

Three USB ports are included with the ProBook (2x Type-A, 1x Type-C). They are all USB 3.2 Gen 1 compliant. The USB Type-C port can be used to power the laptop. A Gigabit Ethernet port and an HDMI output are also included.

Battery life:

Your workday will be more than enough for the EliteBook x360. The battery lasted 8 hours and 59 minutes while continually using Wi-Fi to browse the internet at 150 nits of brightness, outlasting both the Latitude 7490's 8 hours and 31 average for premium laptops.


·         Intel Celeron Processor

·         11.6 in Screen Size

·          1366 x 768 in resolution

·         4 GB RAM

·          64 GB SSD

·         Intel UHD Graphics GPU

·         Windows 10 Pro


Bottom line:

What a powerful machine this is. The HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 supports its potent hardware and adaptable design with a comfortable keyboard, high-quality audio, a durable battery, and strong security measures. The EliteBook x360 is a fantastic all-around 2-in-1 business laptop if you're looking for something more adaptable.