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Hello!

 

I am currently looking for a HP convertible x360 and since I am german I need the qwertz keyboard.

My problem now seems to be that all notebook types fitting for me (Pavilion, Envy, Spectre), despite having the

qwertz layout, are missing the '<' and '>' signs below 'A' and left of 'Y' and instead have a longer shift key.

Since I plan on unsing the device for programming I really do not want a new position for the  '</>'  key.

 

So my question is, is there an option available to get my desired keyboard for the x360 types of Pavilion, Envy, Spectre,

or is this simply not possible?

 

Thank you in advance.

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Hello, if I understand good you want a HP x360 convertible with this keyboard layout??
In German all PC is it with QWERTZ layout?? I know in HP French Store all PC are selled with French layout so maybe is same in German Store..

You can search HP Store phone number for your contry and call HP Store for have more informations:

https://store.hp.com/GermanyStore/Merch/FAQ.aspx

I am former Expert from French Community, and I am doing my best to help you with your question.
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Thank you for your quick answer.

 

That layout is exactly what I am looking for.

Up until now I only watched german youtube videos where I saw keyboards with qwertz layout, but still the long shift key.

 

I think you are right, my best option would be to call my local store, or drive directly to them.

But since you have this type of layout in France, it should also be the same in Germany.

 

Thank you for your help

 

Best Regards

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