4 Cities To Visit Inspired by the HP x360 #BendTheRules

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I am so excited to be partnering with HP and Collectively! They are going on the road with Meghan Trainor to cover her tour across the nation, using the new HP x360 Convertible PC. Their camera crew is going to give us a behind-the-scenes look at Meghan's "That Bass Tour" including everything from hair and makeup to choreography. Plus, they're encouraging Viners, YouTubers, and Instagrammers to capture and share their own footage of the tour. They'll stitch it all together to create a fabulous tour documentary!
The 4 Modes of the HP x360 - Laptop, Stand, Tent, and Tablet - make this the most versatile piece of technology I've ever had in my hands. HP bends the rules with the x360 by giving us a 360-degree hinge that easily converts from one mode to another seamlessly.
The Laptop mode is my "work" mode, when I need a keyboard for typing emails, writing blog posts, editing photos, creating images, and much more. It's lightweight and compact, so I can easily take it to my recliner and work there.
The HP x360 Stand mode is my "entertainment" mode, when I want to binge-watch movies and catch up on tv shows I missed. I also found this is the perfect mode for referencing my recipes when I'm in the kitchen.
The Tent mode is my "play" mode for all my games. Whether I'm playing online or on downloaded games, the responsive touchscreen and perfectly angled HP x360 mode makes games much more fun. It's also the perfect mode for paging through my photos when I want to share where I've traveled.
The most amazing mode to me is the Tablet mode. The keyboard flips all the around and locks the keyboard so that I can use it in my "go" mode. My old laptop would break in half if I tried that! Whether I'm on the go for press trips, blogging conferences, or vacations, the tablet mode helps me pass the time surfing through my favorite sites with ease. I'm so glad HP is bending the rules because it will make my life so much easier!

4 Cities To Visit
I was so inspired by the 4 Modes of the HP x360, that I wanted to share 4 American cities I want to visit (and maybe even catch the Meghan Trainor "That Bass Tour" in one of them). Of course, I'll be taking along my x360 wherever I travel.
Key West, FL (to stand on the southernmost point in the US)
San Francisco, CA (to cross the Golden Gate Bridge)
Harbor Springs, MI (to hopefully see the Northern Lights)
Philadelphia, PA (to learn more about our great American history)

Now, I want to hear from YOU!
Which American cities would you most like to visit and why?
Which of the 4 Modes of the HP x360 would you use the most?
What is your favorite Meghan Trainor song? Are you going to the concert?

Be sure to follow along with the Meghan Trainor "That Bass Tour" by watching Behind The Scenes episodes and by following @HP for updates!


  1. I would love to visit these places. The HP is beautiful. I love the size!

  2. I would love to see the Northern Lights, that is one of my destination wishes too. Imagine taking your own pics of them with your HP!!

  3. I would most likely use it in the normal position so I could type up stuff. It does amaze me that it can be switched 360 degrees!! Not sure where I would want to go--maybe Philadelphia.

  4. I would probably use the stand mode the most for watching movies. What a versatile piece of tech!

  5. This is what I am thinking about upgrading my current HP to. I love HP products and stand by them. This is great, thanks for sharing!

  6. I have one of the HP Envy laptops where you can remove the screen completely and use it as a tablet. But I still like having the keyboard as I have to type away on it for work. So probably the regular laptop way, even though watching movies when on the road is always a nice feature. I'd love to go to Portland, Alaska, back home to Colorado, and Yosemite.


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