EcchiSensei wrote:Amazon reviews shows 50% 1 star.
Yeah, you can't really go by user ratings for computers, tablets, or multifunction printers. User reviews for computers are more often written by people who can't computer than by those who can. I imagine the people who leave a 1-star review on a machine with a 512GB SSD, 8GB RAM, and a high def touch screen in an ultraportable form factor which they bought for less than $600 are the same sort of people who demand to speak to a manager, and probably still hand-write checks at the grocery store checkout.
If I were in the market, this laptop would definitely be at the top of my short list. One outstanding feature of HP x360 machines is that their thermal vents are on the sides, not on the bottom. This means you can leave it on your lap without a laptop pad and it can still breathe. It won't overheat itself or your legs. I sold my HP Envy and bought a Dell Latitude last year, and I sorely miss the side vent placement of my old HP. That's something you won't find in published specs or very many professional reviews.