|Good things come in fours!|
HP Pavilion x360 believes that good things come in fours. I couldn't agree more.
Randomly speaking, because this blog is all about embracing the random:
I have four pretty cool kiddos. ;)
I also have four travel destinations running through my head at any time. Today it's Venice, Milan, Florence, and Naples, not that I have Italy on the brain or anything. ;)
There are four songs I have been singing throughout the day, including Meghan Trainor's 'All about that Bass,' which never seems to be far from a beep-bop or two for me since the song was released.
And there are always four new things I've added to my to-do list...
|The HP Pavilion x360 can be used in four different ways!|
The Tent Mode
And now I have the HP Pavilion x360 that can be used in four different modes. It has the traditional laptop mode, that I use the most, but it also has this cool tent version that is perfect for when we are out and about and I don't want to take up a lot of table room (like in the picture above). It would also be great, I think, in the kitchen...because it would allow me to see recipes I am working on quickly, without me having to turn a page with floured-up fingers. Floured-up fingers can quickly ruin pages in a cookbook (not that I would know that first-hand or anything).
|#BendTheRules with @HP|
|Bend the keyboard to the bottom to display the HP Pavillion x360 in Stand Mode.|
Being able to move it 360-degrees means it can be bent into a sturdy 'stand' mode. I like this because sometimes the kids and I streamline movies to the computer or tablets, and then we all have to crowd around to try to see it, not to mention someone usually gets stuck holding the device. With the 'stand' mode, we can simply bend the keyboard to the bottom and the HP Pavilion x360 is free-standing, allowing all of us to watch our movie from our seats, and not from each other's laps. ;)
|The Tablet Mode is easy to hold for little man!|
|It just folds right into a tablet that can be viewed horizontally as seen here,|
or vertically as seen in the picture above.
The Tablet Mode is our youngest child's favorite because it's easy for him to move and hold. The screen moves like a traditional tablet, allowing you horizontal or vertical access, and it makes it a breeze to read children's books, access learning apps, or play a video game.
In addition to all that cool, HP and Meghan Trainor are bending the rules yet again (in a good way) by allowing you to follow Meghan on tour! That is a new and exciting concept to help bring the tour to life for the fans! #BendTheRules and follow along as the "That Bass Tour" makes it's way across America. This one's going to be fun, and I hope to see you there!
Access the tour and see what's going on for yourself here: Meghan Trainor's 'That Bass Tour.'