HP PAVILION X360 14-EK0033DX | 12TH GEN | Intel Core i5-1235U (3.3 GHz) | 8GB DDR4 | 512GB SSD | 14.0″ FHD IPS | SILVER | Win-11 | 1 Year Int. Warranty | (NEW)

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  • Gen: 12th Gen
  • Processor: Core i5-1235U
  • Ram: 08GB
  • Storage: 512GB-SSD
  • Display: 14.0″ FHD
  • OS: Win-11
  • Warranty : 1 Year International
  • Status: New

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12th GEN


Intel Core i5-1235U ( 3.3GHz base frequency upto 4.4GHz, 10 Cores, 12 Threads, 12MB Cache )

Ram Installed

08 GB DDR4


512 GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD


14.0" FHD with IPS Technology, 250nits, 16:9 Aspect ratio, Touch screen display

Keyboard Backlit


Numeric Keyboard


Fingerprint Reader


Operating System

Windows 11





01 Year international


HP PAVILION X360 14-EK0033DX Price in Pakistan


The Pavilion Plus 14 retains the aluminum look and feel of the original Pavilion 14 despite all the internal changes likely to save on costs. Had HP introduced any significant design improvements, then this Pavilion Plus model would have essentially been an Envy product which is a costlier series from HP. This isn’t to say that there are no superficial changes, however, as the Pavilion Plus 14 is visibly flatter around the edges and with a different bottom plate design to cut down on overall thickness by about 0.7 mm. Chassis rigidity is good around the base with very little flexing. The lid and inner plastic bezels, however, are noticeably more susceptible to twists and damage especially since there is no Gorilla Glass option to reinforce the panel. Build quality is still comparable to the competing Vivobook or IdeaPad series nonetheless.


The HP PAVILION X360 14-EK0033DX is equipped with the Intel Core i5-1235U is a mid-range mobile CPU for thin and light laptops based on the Alder Lake architecture. It was announced in early 2022 and offers 2 performance cores (P-cores, Golden Cove architecture) and 8 efficient cores (E-cores, Gracemont architecture). The P-cores support Hyper-Threading leading to 12 supported threads when combined with the E-cores. The clock rate ranges from 1.3 to 4.4 GHz on the performance cluster and 0.9 to 3.3 GHz on the efficient cluster. The performance of the E-cores should be similar to old Skylake cores (compare to the Core i7-6700HQ). All cores can use up to 12 MB L3 cache. Compared to the i5-1245U, the 1235U offers lower base clock speeds and only “Essentials” vPro management features. Compared to the P-series (28W) or H-series (45W), the 15W TDP may limit the sustained performance.


Both the keyboard and clickpad remain identical to the regular Pavilion 14 which is hardly a complaint since we loved the keyboard on the Pavilion 14. When compared to the keyboards on the Asus Vivobook or Lenovo IdeaPad, the keyboard on this Pavilion is surprisingly crisp and with satisfying travel when pressed. Our main complaint continues to be the white backlight which contrasts poorly with the white key caps. We suspect that this won’t be an issue on any of the other four color options.


The clickpad is large at 12.5 x 8 cm compared to the already large 12 x 7.5 cm on the competing Yoga Slim 7i Pro. Cursor control feels spacious as a result and also very smooth because of the 90 Hz refresh rate of the display. Meanwhile, the feedback from clicking is satisfactory albeit slightly spongy and a bit on the loud side. It’s one of the more comfortable clickpads we’ve used on a Pavilion-class laptop nonetheless.






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