HP’s new Pavilion x360, Spectre x360 convertibles add Ink support

HP has freshly taken the wraps off the HP Pavilion x360 and HP Spectre x360 notebooks, with the latter being slightly expensive compared to conventional notebooks sold in India. The two notebooks come with extensive editing capabilities, helping you showcase your creativity. The 14-inch Pavilion x360 and the Spectre x360 come bundled with the HP Active Pen stylus by default, which utilizes Windows Ink to let you draw or design something directly on the display.