HP Pavilion 11-n010dx F9J18UA#AB 11.6″ Convertible Laptop

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The HP Pavilion 11-n010dx F9J18UA#AB is a 11.6-inch ultraportable touchscreen laptop PC with convertible design. It has the same specs as the 11-n011dx. The only difference is color. The former has silver lid and bottom, while the latter is red. Like the Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga and ThinkPad Yoga, the Pavilion X360 series laptops can convert to a tablet, a “stand” with the screen facing backwards, or “tent” mode.

The 11-n010dx is actually a budget machine, encased in a plastic chassis. You won’t find full HD display, IPS wide viewing angle screen technology, nor a speedy Intel Core series processor on it, but on the positive side it is fairly inexpensive. It features the low-power Intel Pentium N3520 processor, optimized for power-efficiency and usual daily computing tasks, 1366×768-pixel resolution, 4GB of system memory, and a 500GB hard disk. With these specs, it competes directly against the Yoga 2 11.

Specifications of the HP Pavilion 11-n010dx F9J18UA#AB

Here's the specs sheet of the HP Pavilion 11-n010dx F9J18UA#AB. For comparison against other laptops, use the "Compare Specs" button.

Brand HP
Screen size 11.6-inch
Screen resolution 1366x768 pixels HD (entry-level sharpness)
Touchscreen Yes
Other display specs TN type (narrower viewing angles than IPS type)
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium N3520 quad-core 2.2-2.4GHz 2MB cache (User Benchmark CPU score: 19)
Graphics (GPU) Intel HD integrated graphics of low-end CPUs (only for the lightest gaming)
System memory (RAM) size 4GB (for light multi-tasking)
Data storage 500GB HDD (very good capacity, but slow type of storage)
DVD optical drive None
Keyboard, input Non-backlit keyboard without dedicated number pad

Touchpad with click buttons built into the surface

Touchscreen
Speakers and audio Stereo speakers
Camera Front-facing web camera
Wi-Fi wireless 802.11N (old Wi-Fi standard, precursor of the 802.11AC and the latest 802.11AX)
Ethernet network port Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Mobile broadband (4G LTE) No
USB ports 2 x USB 2.0 + 1 x USB 3.0 (standard full-size USB ports)
Video ports 1 x HDMI
Media card reader SD card reader
Battery 2-cell 3820 mAh lithium-ion
Weight 3.1 pounds
Height 0.9"
Width 12.1"
Depth 8.5"
Windows version Windows 8.1 (Eligable for free upgrade to Windows 10 Home. Check Windows.com for more info.)
Warranty 1-year

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Published on April 17, 2014

User Reviews and Q&A on the HP Pavilion 11-n010dx F9J18UA#AB

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  1. Danijel Z

    Hamid, PC Mag has compared their batteries and found the Lenovo is better. On the HP the battery lasted 5:40 minutes. The Yoga 2 11 with a 4-cell battery lasted 6:53. http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2457326,00.asp

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  2. Hamid

    I would like to buy a “HP Pavilion 11-n010dx” or “Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 11”. However, I am a little concern about the buttery. The HP one has 2-cell 3820 mAh lithium-ion while the Lenovo one has 4-cells. Could you let me know should I spend more money to get the Lenovo one or perhaps not (in terms of using hours; I mean)
    Many thanks

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  3. tom

    i have confronting info the n3520 supports and doesnt support hyper threading. that would mean 8 threads awesome.

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    • Danijel Z

      No, the N3520 certainly does not support Hyper Threading. It has 4/4 cores/threads or one computing thread per core. Anyway, still better than many Pentiums and Celerons which are stuck to 2/2.

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  4. Danijel Z

    As the main advantage, the Yoga has IPS screen technology, so it has much wider viewing angles than the HP. Also, the Yoga is a bit slimmer.

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  5. martin_b

    How does it stack up against the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 11 – 59401972?

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