[block] [left] The HP Pavilion x360 has hit Australia, complete with 360 degree hinge to easily rotate from productivity laptop to entertainment tablet. Clever young Aussies are already using it to do incredible things, including Simon Griffiths, founder of Shebeen, a Melbourne non-profit café bar. Gizmodo had two to give away... here's who our team chose as winners...
As you’ll see in the video above, Simon also founded Who Gives A Crap, a toilet paper company uses half of its profit to build toilets in the developing world after raising $50,000 in just 50 hours.
How would having an HP Pavilion x360 in your bag improve your next generation computing life? What would you do with the x360?
We had TWO to give away, one each to our favourite two responses!
Lucas Follbring from Queensland.
The HP Pavilion x360 would improve my next generation computing life by being the ultimate CONTROL + ALT + DELETE. I could CONTROL my work through touch or type; It would allow me to ALTernate between modes to suit my productivity and entertainment needs; and that should DELETE the need of a whole bunch of one trick pony gear. This TASK MANAGER would make me return to Windows.
Andrew Moore from New South Wales.
It would enable me to finally escape Apple. I could see this as the device bring used all the way from university presentations & group work with the touch screen/ tablet style, to university assignments in the traditional manner. Then ending up as the device you use on the couch watching TV. 3 devices in one. The next generation in computing !
Congrats guys! Thank you to everyone who entered.
• Competition closes 11am AEST Tuesday July 1, 2014.
• Entry open to residents of Australia over 18 years only. Full terms and conditions.