I still have so much content to share from my trip to NYC that it becomes confusing where I should start from sometimes. But during my entire trip, one constant which went with me literally everywhere was my HP Pavilion x2 because it was small and light enough to fit into my handbag and it allowed me to do so much more that my smartphone work-wise. Sure I can share social media updates from my phone but when it came to actually clicking photographs, editing them right there and sharing that good quality content, the HPx2 was my A1 companion! A few of my favorite days in New York were the days that we ended up walking the most because that automatically allows you to explore the city at your own pace. Walking around in Central Park, eating fresh sea food in Battery Park, walking near Times Square…the list is long.
It’s fascinating how technology continues to surprise you with new features every time. This nifty little laptop can be bent around and the screen can actually be separated from the keyboard by just pulling at it. They are joined by magnetic latches and you can even reverse the screen and attach it back. The screen can be taken separately and used as just a tablet too since the cpu is in the screen not the keyboard. #BendTheRules
I carried my HP Pavilion x2 with me to the NYFW for some on-the-spot editing and sharing of photographs. It even went perfectly with my black and white outfit. There were days where Naina & I went relaxing the entire day in the park and the HPx2 served as a good way to show our folks back in India the pretty surroundings through skype. This device has managed to carve out its own special spot in my lifestyle where a laptop may be too much of a hassle and a cellphone too tiny.
Here are some more pics of my pristine white HP Pavilion x2 and the good times we shared in New York on some of my favorite days.
In Battery park. We first spent some time soaking the sun and then heading to the nearby restaurant for lunch.
And then ofcourse were the endless hours spent in Central Park – sitting on rocks, benches and walking EVERYWHERE.